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Review: Bangla - Cineuropa Choose your language en | es | fr | it Review: Psychosia (2019)Review: Pinocchio (2019)Review: Instinct (2019)Review: Echo (2019)Review: Lara (2019)Review: Invisible (2019)Review: A Thief’s Daughter (2019)Review: O fim do mundo (2019)Review: Rocks (2019)Review: Lynn + Lucy (2019)Review: Atlantis (2019) NewsFilms / ReviewsProduction / FundingFestivals / AwardsIndustry / MarketDistribution / Releases / ExhibitorsInstitutions / LegislationEvents / PromotionTelevisionShortsFilmsFilm ReviewsFeature films databaseDirectorsScriptwritersSubmit a filmSouthern Mediterranean films databaseInterviewsFestivalsVideosTrailers/Teasers/ClipsVideo interviewsMaking OfIndustry PanelsShort FilmsOther videosIndustryEventsIndustry ReportsCountry FocusProducersProduction companiesDistributorsInternational salesEuropean film schoolsEUFCN Location AwardSet of Culture AwardServicesOnline Screenwriting Training CourseGuided course for feature film writingScript analysisMoreNewsletterCineuropa prizeAdvanced searchAdvertise on CineuropaLinksLogos and bannersBlogs archive   previous next   IFFR 2019 Big Screen Competition Review: Bangla by Marta Bałaga 28/01/2019 - Phaim Bhuiyan’s romantic comedy is cute but can’t shrug off its youthful awkwardnessPhaim Bhuiyan in BanglaShown at International Film Festival Rotterdam (23 January-3 February), in the Big Screen Competition section, Phaim Bhuiyan’s romantic comedy Bangla [+see also: trailerfilm profile] has already been described a few times as “the Italian version of The Big Sick”, and it’s easy to see why. But while the story of a twenty-something Phaim – played by the director himself and with a script based on his experiences as a second-generation Italian of Bangladeshi decent, here falling desperately in love with an outspoken Italian girl – is harmless enough, comparisons to the Emily V Gordon- and Kumail Nanjiani-scripted, Oscar-nominated and clearly superior film don’t really do it any favours. (The article continues below - Commercial information) This is mostly because, although it provides an easy enough watch, its debuting helmer’s lack of experience really shows, somehow also mirrored by his awkward encounters on screen with cool girl Asia (Carlotta Antonelli, funnily enough looking exactly like Asia Argento). The constant voiceover feels very familiar, and so does the occasional moment when Phaim breaks the fourth wall – the fact that the acting isn’t quite there doesn’t help either, with only the plucky Antonelli emerging relatively unscathed. Luckily, describing himself as “something in between, like a cappuccino – 50% Bengali, 50% Italian and 100% a Torpignattara guy”, referring to the most racially diverse part of Rome, Bhuiyan professes true love for the place he (and his character) calls home. This area, as portrayed in the film, actually seems almost too perfect – and perfectly lit – to be real, with old white geezers watching the world as they knew it slowly disappear before their short-sighted eyes and a perennially silent drug dealer (“He has been sitting here since Rome was founded,” goes the description) suddenly elevated to the position of spiritual guide. It’s these witty little observations that ring the most true, unlike Phaim’s central dilemma of whether to listen to his traditionalist parents, or forget all about his religion for once and make love to his girlfriend. And while there is a comment, here and there, on the way people like him are still being treated, getting Italian citizenship at the age of 18 despite having been born in the country, all of the ugliness just rears its head once in a while, never to be mentioned again, as the iron-clad romcom formula takes over and never looks back. That being said, Bhuiyan exhibits a lovely sense of humour sometimes, at least when he is not trying too much, as proven by the exchange between two confused, but clearly smitten, people: “You are crazy.” “And you masturbate.” As Joe E Brown once put it, nobody’s perfect. And that part Bangla gets just right. Bangla was produced by Domenico Procacci, of Fandango, and Annamaria Morelli, of Timvision. It was co-produced by Laura Paolucci. Its distribution and international sales are managed by Fandango.(The article continues below - Commercial information) Did you enjoy reading this article? Please subscribe to our newsletter to receive more stories like this directly in your inbox.   previous next   more about: Bangla Ten Italian works yet to be released in France will be showcased in De Rome à ParisThe 12th edition of the event celebrating Italian feature films yet to be released in France is set to unspool between 13 - 17 December  10/12/2019 | Festivals | Awards | France/ItalyThe Meno di Trenta awards put young Italian actors in the spotlightGiulio Pranno, Ludovica Martino, Carlotta Antonelli and Giacomo Ferrara are the winners of the first edition of this awards ceremony, dedicated to Italian film and TV actors under 30 years of age  09/12/2019 | Festivals | Awards | ItalyThe Traitor to open the 37th Annecy Italian Film FestivalFrom 23-29 September, the event dedicated to the very best of Italian film is set to unfold in Annecy, exhibiting works ranging from Pietro Marcello’s Martin Eden to Maura Delpero’s Maternal  19/09/2019 | Festivals | Awards | France/ItalyReview: SunJonathan Desoindre, in association with Ella Kowalska, makes his debut with a funny and crazy comedy following in the chaotic wake of a wheeler-dealer from a working-class neighbourhood in Paris  24/07/2019 | Films | ReviewsShooting wraps on Black Moon, Netflix’s Italian female-powered fantasy seriesProduced by Fandango, the new six-part series is directed by Francesca Comencini, Susanna Nicchiarelli and Paola Randi and is set to be released in early 2020  16/07/2019 | Television | ItalyThe Traitor reigns triumphant at Italy’s Nastri d’Argento AwardsMarco Bellocchio’s film bagged seven prizes from the Italian film journalists, including Best Film and Best Director, while Leonardo D’Agostini and Valerio Mastandrea scooped Best Debut Directors  01/07/2019 | Awards | ItalyThe Traitor crowned Best Film at the Italian Golden Globes20/06/2019 | Awards | ItalyBellocchio, Garrone and Rohrwacher in the running for Best Director at the Italian Golden Globes05/06/2019 | Awards | ItalyMarco Bellocchio’s The Traitor receives 11 Nastri d’Argento nominations31/05/2019 | Awards | ItalyThe Festa do Cinema Italiano takes Italian film from Portugal to Brazil03/04/2019 | Festivals | Portugal/Italy more related news 13/12/2019Films / Reviews – Italy/FranceReview: Pinocchio12/12/2019Films / Reviews – Belgium/NetherlandsReview: Binti12/12/2019Films / Reviews – USA/Italy/Argentina/Uruguay/UKReview: The Two Popes05/12/2019Films / Reviews – ItalyReview: The Immortal04/12/2019Films / Reviews – SerbiaReview: My Morning Laughter04/12/2019Films / Reviews – ItalyReview: Pastrone!all news {0} of {1} {0} of {1} trailers & videos original title: Banglacountry: Italysales agent: Fandangoyear: 2019directed by: Phaim Bhuiyanscreenplay: Phaim Bhuiyan, Vanessa Picciarellicast: Phaim Bhuiyan, Carlotta Antonelli, Sahila Mohiuddin, Nasima Akhter, Rishad Noorani, Fabian Durrani, Sanija Shoshi Haque, Raja Sethi, Simone Liberati, Pietro Sermonti main awards/selection Rotterdam 2019Big Screen Competition full film profile Follow us on       Subscribe to our newsletter to receive the most important daily or weekly news on European cinema latest news todayProduction / Funding Sweden/FinlandAntti J Jokinen’s Omerta films and TV series in developmentProduction / Funding GermanyNahschuss by Germany’s Franziska Stünkel wraps shootingEAVE EAVE IMPACT examines how to finance and premiere a documentarySolothurn 2020 Anita Hugi's first Solothurn Film Festival unveils its programmetodayProduction / Funding NetherlandsThe Netherlands Film Fund invests €6.9 million in 15 new productionsthree days agoFilms / Reviews Italy/FranceReview: PinocchioIndustry / Market UK/USANetflix to partner with Grierson DocLabProduction / Funding Czech Republic/Slovakia/PolandAtheists meet Catholics in the comic road-movie documentary Once Upon a Time in Polandthree days agoAre You Series 2019 TV series review: SavagesEAVE EAVE IMPACT explores the challenges of producing animated films for adults12 December 2019Institutions / Legislation EuropeCulture Action Europe warns new EU budget proposes drastic funding cuts for Creative EuropeLes Arcs 2019 Estonia is getting ready to shine at Les Arcs Cineuropa Trailers/Teasers/Clips Instinctby Halina ReijnLocarno 2019 - Piazza Grande Grande AwardBelgium release December 11Les Arcs 2019 - CompetitionEchoby Rúnar RúnarssonLocarno 2019 - CompetitionDutch release December 12Les Arcs 2019 - CompetitionLaraby Jan Ole GersterKarlovy Vary 2019 - Special Jury Prize and Best Actress AwardLes Arcs 2019 - CompetitionA Thief's Daughterby Belén FunesSan Sebastian 2019 - Silver Shell for Best ActressLes Arcs 2019 - Competition Interviews Cineuropa met up with director Isabel Coixet, who is presenting her series Foodie Love at Brussels’ Are You Series? 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