Brave ragazze (film di Michela Andreozzi del 2019)

BRAVE RAGAZZE è un film del 2019 diretto da Michela Andreozzi, che ha collaborato anche allo sviluppo del soggetto e della sceneggiatura, oltre ad interpretare il ruolo di Franca Siviero.

Ispirato ad un fatto realmente accaduto in Francia, la pellicola è ambientata a Gaeta all’inizio degli anni Ottanta, dove quattro disoccupate e frustrate vogliono dare una svolta alla propria esistenza improvvisandosi rapinatrici. Così scelgono di indossare abiti maschili, per camuffare il loro aspetto e puntano in alto decidendo di svaligiare la banca del paese, impresa che pare dare i suoi frutti dando per un lasso di tempo agiatezza alle quattro donne. Dopodiché partono le indagini per smascherare gli autori del furto: a curarle, arrivato appositamente a Gaeta, il commissario Morandi che, inconsapevole, vivrà una relazione con Anna, una delle “brave ragazze”.

Dopo una vana ricerca della verità le forze dell’ordine verranno a capo della faccenda stanando le maldestre protagoniste e per il giovane poliziotto la delusione sarà doppia nell’apprendere la colpevolezza della sua donna, che tuttavia assieme a due delle tre amiche (una era partita per l’Inghilterra) subirà una pena lieve.

Nella realtà le rapinatrici furono cinque e racimolarono circa 300.000 franchi prima di essere arrestate. Inoltre, lavorando con l’immaginazione, si può trovare un accostamento con il capolavoro di Scorsese QUEI BRAVI RAGAZZI, evidente nel titolo, attutito invece nelle gesta dei protagonisti.

Ambra Angiolini fornisce forse la sua migliore interpretazione, Serena Rossi sprizza energia da tutti i pori, Irene Pastorelli è coatta ma scaltra quanto basta e Silvia D’Amico, ottimamente contenuta, rappresenta il sogno di una vita migliore lontana dall’amara realtà della sorella (Francesca) e delle amiche, senza dimenticare la presenza di Stefania Sandrelli nella parte della madre di Anna, valore aggiunto e ben defilato.

Per chiudere con gli esilaranti nomi dei personaggi di Max Tortora (il prete Don Backy) e del commissario interpretato da Luca Argentero (Gianni Morandi). Un film tra i più appassionanti della recente filmografia.

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