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- Version: Limited Edition Blu Ray
- SKU: UN-1153
- Format: Blu-ray
- UPC: 760137129943
- Street Date: 09/26/23
- PreBook Date: 08/22/23
- Label: Unearthed Films »
- Genre: Action/Adventure
- Run Time: 135:00 mins
- Number of Discs: 1
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 2015
- Region Code: 0
- Box Lot:
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: Italian
Cast & Crew
- Pierfrancesco Favino as Filippo Malgradi
- Claudio Amendola as Samurai
- Elio Germano as Sebastiano
- Alessandro Borghi as Numero 8
- Greta Scarano as Viola
- Giulia Gorietti as Sabrina
- Director: Stefano Sollima
Criminal rivalries and endemic corruption are exposed when plans are made to turn a seaside town into a gambling paradise.
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In 2011, Ostia is the subject of a giant real estate project intended to make the harbor of Ancient Rome the Las Vegas of today. But the place soon becomes a battlefield where criminals and politicians either join forces cynically or fight each other ruthlessly. The infernal showdown will last seven days, claiming many lives.
- The Making of Suburra - A 2-Hour Full Length Documentary
- Production Gallery
- Theatrical Trailer
- Limited Edition Slipcase
- Rated 91% on the Tomato Meter!
- For fans of Sicario and The Godfather
- Basis of the 3 Season Netflix Series 'Suburra: Blood on Rome'.
- From the director of 'Sicario: Day of the Soldado' and 'Gomorrah', a long running series on HBO Max
- Featuring a soundtrack by M83
Suburra is a sprawling Italian crime drama with genuinely epic ambitions.
—Kevin Maher, Times (UK)
A stylish crime thriller that dissects Italian society with a cool eye and an itchy trigger finger.
—Philip De Semlyen, Empire Magazine
Sollima pulls this together into a slick, polished whole, marked by an energy and focus that allows him to travel through Suburra's various intersecting threads of exploitation, dominance and moral train-wrecks.
—Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, The Blue Lenses
Storytelling at its most cinematic!
—Kevin Harley, Total Film
An ensemble thriller of epic dimensions reminiscent of greek tragedy.
—Xavi Sánchez Pons, Sensasine
A ensemble movie disguised as gangster cinema, 'Suburra' is overwhelming.
—Alberto Abuín , Espinof
Evoking the spirit of 1970s crime maestro Fernando Di Leo, Sollima's sense of pace and place is impeccable, while the performances seethe with decadence, danger and despair.
—David Parkinson , Radio Times
Sollima displays a knack for refining material and balancing plotlines that would seem overbearing in lesser hands.
—Jacob Stolworthy , Independent (UK)
Moody, mean and majestic, this is Italian cinema at its finest.
—Jon Lyus , HeyUGuys
Storytelling at its most cinematic
A terrific Mob drama!