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Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto
Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion
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Overview

Overview
User Rating:(register to vote) 8.0/10 919 votes
Director:Elio Petri

Writers:Elio Petri (writer) and
Ugo Pirro (writer)

Release Date:9 February 1970 (Italy) more
Genre:Crime | Drama more
Tagline:When you're a big man in the big city, can you get away with murder ? [UK Theatrical]
Plot:A chief of detectives, homicide section, kills his mistress and deliberately leaves clues to prove his own responsibility for the crime.

Awards:Won Oscar. Another 10 wins & 3 nominations

Academy Awards, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1972 Nominated(提名) Oscar Best Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Factual Material or Material Not Previously Published or Produced
Elio Petri
Ugo Pirro

 
1971 Won (获奖) Oscar Best Foreign Language Film
Italy
 
Cannes Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1970 Won FIPRESCI Prize
Elio Petri

Grand Prize of the Jury
Elio Petri

Nominated Golden Palm
Elio Petri

 
David di Donatello Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1970 Won David Best Actor (Migliore Attore)
Gian Maria Volont
Tied with Nino Manfredi for Nell'anno del Signore (1969).
Best Film (Miglior Film)
Daniele Senatore
Marina Cicogna
Tied with Metello (1970).
 
Edgar Allan Poe Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1971 Won Edgar Best Motion Picture
Elio Petri
Ugo Pirro

 
Golden Globes, USA
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1971 Nominated Golden Globe Best Foreign-Language Foreign Film
Italy
 
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1971 Won Silver Ribbon Best Actor (Migliore Attore)
Gian Maria Volont

Best Director (Regista del Miglior Film)
Elio Petri

Best Story (Migliore Soggetto Originale)
Ugo Pirro
Elio Petri

 
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1972 Won KCFCC Award Best Foreign Film

 
Laurel Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
1971 Won Golden Laurel Best Foreign Film

 

Additional Details

Also Known As:Ermittlungen gegen einen über jeden Verdacht erhabenen Bürger Switzerland (German title) / West Germany
Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion UK / USA
Enquête sur un citoyen au-dessus de tout soup?on France
Ep?ilyksen yl?puolella Finland
Ep?ilysten ulkopuolella Finland
Inquérito a Um Cidad?o Acima de Qualquer Suspeita Portugal
Investiga??o Sobre um Cidad?o Acima de Qualquer Suspeita Brazil
Investigación de un ciudadano libre de toda sospecha Argentina
Investigación sobre un ciudadano libre de toda sospecha Spain
Investigation of a Citizen... Above Suspicion USA (poster title)
Investigation of a Private Citizen (undefined)
Sledztwo w sprawie obywatela poza wszelkim podejrzeniem Poland
Unders?kning av en medborgare h?jd ?ver alla misstankar Sweden
Yoerano pasis ypopsias Greece

Parents Guide:Add content advisory for parents
Runtime:112 min | Norway:115 min (1970)
Country:Italy
Language:Italian
Color:Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1 more
Sound Mix:Mono
Certification:West Germany:16 | UK:18 (1986) | UK:X (1971) (cut) | Argentina:16 | Chile:18 | Finland:K-16 | Norway:15 | Norway:16 (original rating) | Sweden:15 | USA:R
MOVIEmeter: No change since last week why?
Company:Vera Films S.p.a. more

 

Synopsis A chief of detectives, homicide section, kills his mistress and deliberately leaves clues to prove his own responsibility for the crime. Written by Damir Dukich (See here)

Cast Gian Maria Volontè ... Il Dottore - former head of homicide squad
Florinda Bolkan ... Augusta Terzi
Gianni Santuccio ... Questore
Orazio Orlando ... Biglia
Sergio Tramonti ... Antonio Pace
Arturo Dominici ... Mangani
Aldo Rendine ... Nicola Panunzio
Massimo Foschi ... Augusta's Husband
Aleka Paizi ... Inspector's Maid
Vittorio Duse ... Canes
Pino Patti ... Head of wire-tapping office
Salvo Randone ... Plumber
Giuseppe Licastro
Filippo De Gara ... The policeman
Fulvio Grimaldi ... Patanè - Paese Sera journalist
more
(See here)
 
About Director Elio Petri (Office web site)
 
Director Elio Petri
Director Elio Petri

Overview

Date of Birth:
29 January 1929, Rome, Italy more
Date of Death:
10 November 1982, Rome, Italy more
Trivia:
Member of the Italian Communist Party until 1957.
Awards:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 11 wins & 5 nominations more
Alternate Names:
Elio Montesti | Petri

Filmography

Writer:
  1. Buone notizie, Le (1979) (screenplay) (story)
    ... aka Good News
  2. Propriet non pi un furto, La (1973) (writer)
    ... aka Property Is No Longer a Theft (International: English title)
    ... aka Propri閠, c'est plus le vol, La (France)
  3. Classe operaia va in paradiso, La (1971) (writer)
    ... aka Lulu the Tool
    ... aka The Working Class Goes to Heaven
  4. Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (1970) (writer)
    ... aka Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (UK) (USA)
    ... aka Investigation of a Citizen... Above Suspicion (USA: poster title)
    ... aka Investigation of a Private Citizen

  5. Tranquillo posto di campagna, Un (1969) (screenplay) (story)
    ... aka A Quiet Place in the Country
    ... aka Un coin tranquille la campagne (France)
  6. A ciascuno il suo (1967) (writer)
    ... aka We Still Kill the Old Way (USA)
  7. Decima vittima, La (1965) (writer)
    ... aka Dixi鑝e victime, La (France)
    ... aka The 10th Victim
    ... aka The Tenth Victim (UK)
  8. Alta infedelt (1964) (segment "Peccato nel pomeriggio")
    ... aka Haute infid閘it (France)
    ... aka High Infidelity (USA)
  9. Mostri, I (1963) (story and screenplay) (as Petri)
    ... aka 15 from Rome (USA: short version)
    ... aka Monstres, Les (France: dubbed version)
    ... aka Opiate '67 (USA: dubbed version)
  10. Giorni contati, I (1962) (writer)
  11. Assassino, L' (1961) (screenplay) (story)
    ... aka Assassin, L' (France)
    ... aka The Assassin (USA)
    ... aka The Ladykiller of Rome (USA: dubbed version)
  12. Impiegato, L' (1960) (writer)
  13. Carro armato dell'8 settembre, Il (1960) (story)
  14. Gar鏾nni鑢e, La (1960/I) (writer)
  15. Gobbo, Il (1960) (story)
    ... aka Bossu de Rome, Le (France)
    ... aka The Hunchback of Rome

  16. Notti dei Teddy Boys, Le (1959) (writer)
  17. Vlak bez voznog reda (1959) (writer)
    ... aka Train Without a Timetable (International: English title)
  18. Ettaro di cielo, Un (1959) (writer)
    ... aka Piece of the Sky (International: English title)
  19. Vento del Sud (1959) (story)
    ... aka South Wind (International: English title: literal title)
  20. Strada lunga un anno, La (1958) (writer)
    ... aka Cesta duga godinu dana (Yugoslavia: Serbian title)
    ... aka The Year Long Road (International: English title)
  21. Uomini e lupi (1956) (screenplay) (story)
    ... aka Hommes et loups (France)
    ... aka Men and Wolves (USA)
    ... aka The Wolves
  22. Quando tramonta il sole (1955) (screenplay) (story)
  23. Giorni d'amore (1954) (story and screenplay)
    ... aka Days of Love (International: English title)
    ... aka Jours d'amour (France)
  24. Donne proibite (1954) (writer)
    ... aka Angels of Darkness (USA)
  25. Marito per Anna Zaccheo, Un (1953) (writer)
    ... aka A Husband for Anna (USA)
  26. Roma ore 11 (1952) (uncredited)
    ... aka Onze heures sonnaient (France)
    ... aka Roma ore undici
    ... aka Rome 11:00 (USA)

  27. Sette contadini, I (1949) (screenplay)
Director:
  1. Buone notizie, Le (1979)
    ... aka Good News
  2. Mani sporche, Le (1978) (TV)
  3. Todo modo (1976)
    ... aka Todo Modo (France)
  4. Propriet non pi un furto, La (1973)
    ... aka Property Is No Longer a Theft (International: English title)
    ... aka Propri閠, c'est plus le vol, La (France)
  5. Classe operaia va in paradiso, La (1971)
    ... aka Lulu the Tool
    ... aka The Working Class Goes to Heaven
  6. Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto (1970)
    ... aka Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (UK) (USA)
    ... aka Investigation of a Citizen... Above Suspicion (USA: poster title)
    ... aka Investigation of a Private Citizen

  7. Tranquillo posto di campagna, Un (1969)
    ... aka A Quiet Place in the Country
    ... aka Un coin tranquille la campagne (France)
  8. A ciascuno il suo (1967)
    ... aka We Still Kill the Old Way (USA)
  9. Decima vittima, La (1965)
    ... aka Dixi鑝e victime, La (France)
    ... aka The 10th Victim
    ... aka The Tenth Victim (UK)
  10. Alta infedelt (1964) (episode "Peccato nel pomeriggio")
    ... aka Haute infid閘it (France)
    ... aka High Infidelity (USA)
  11. Nudi per vivere (1964) (as Elio Montesti)
  12. Maestro di Vigevano, Il (1963)
    ... aka The Teacher from Vigevano (International: English title)
  13. Giorni contati, I (1962)
  14. Assassino, L' (1961)
    ... aka Assassin, L' (France)
    ... aka The Assassin (USA)
    ... aka The Ladykiller of Rome (USA: dubbed version)

  15. Sette contadini, I (1949)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director:
  1. Giorni d'amore (1954) (first assistant director)
    ... aka Days of Love (International: English title)
    ... aka Jours d'amour (France)
  2. Roma ore 11 (1952) (assistant director)
    ... aka Onze heures sonnaient (France)
    ... aka Roma ore undici
    ... aka Rome 11:00 (USA)
Producer:
  1. Buone notizie, Le (1979) (producer)
    ... aka Good News
Editor:
  1. Nudi per vivere (1964) (as Elio Montesti)
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Elio Petri (January 29, 1929 - November 10, 1982) was a political Italian filmmaker.

Contents [hide]
1 Early Life
2 Early Films
3 Director
4 Final Years
5 External links


Early Life

Elio Petri was born in Rome on January 29, 1923 into a modest family, his father being a coppersmith. As the only son, he grew up in the working-class area of the city before attending school where he was noted for his intelligence.

After being expelled for political reasons from San Giuseppe di Merode, a school run by a priest on the Piazza di Spagna, he embarked on a career combining political militancy, film-journalism and the coordination of cultural activities for the youth organization of the Italian Communist Party. He wrote for L'Unità and for Gioventù nuova as well as for Città aperta. He left the party in 1956 after the Hungarian rising.

A friend of Gianni Puccini, he was introduced through him to Giuseppe De Santis and became Assistant to the director of Bitter Rice. He collaborated, without being credited for it, on Rome 11 O'Clock (1952), one of the least known post-war neo-realist movies, based on an actual tragedy; a staircase collapse with dozens of women job seekers who showed up in response to an advertisement by a doctor seeking a secretary.


Early Films

Mr. Petri carried out the preliminary inquiry among the real-life protagonists of the drama. The inquiry was published in book form in 1956. There followed the collaboration with De Santis, both as script-writer and as director's assistant, on La Fille sans homme (1953), Jour d'amour (1955), Homme et luops (1956), La strada lungo un anno (1958) and La Garconniere (1960). During the period, Petri also wrote scripts for Giuliano Puccini, Aglauco Casadio and Carlo Lizzani. Nevertheless, it was his collaboration with the film-director from Fondi which was decisive when it came to learning the tools of the film-directing trade as well as developing an autonomous cultural and political outlook.


Director
All his life, Petri remained deeply attached, both politically and personally, to Beppe De Santis. After two shorts, Nasce un campione (1954) and I sette contadini (1959), which gave him the opportunity to broaden his knowledge of film-making 'on the job' as was the usual course in those days, Petri made his debut as a director with L'assassino (The lady killer of Rome) based on a script co-authored with Tonino Guerra in 1961. Already in this film, Petri's gift for portraying alienated characters, for conjuring up a Kafkaesque thriller mood, is evident.

I giorni contati (1962), his second film, again co-authored with Tonino Guerra sets the pattern: Petri's filmic world is political by allusion and dominated by the themes of exclusion and divided lives. After two somewhat lesser films Il maestro di Vigevano, (1963) and the sketch Sin in the afternoon, included in High Infidelity, 1964, Petri directed The 10th Victim (1965), a film with futuristic overtones also co-authored with Tonino Guerra. In 1967, he shot We still Kill the old Way (adapted from the homonymous novel by Leonardo Sciascia), one of the most poignant of his works dealing with the individual's inability to cope with realty. The film also marked Gian Maria Volonte's entry into Petri's expressive world and the beginning of the collaboration with the script-writer Ugo Pirro which was to last until 1973.

With A quiet place in the country, the last of his film to be co-authored with Guerra, he tackles the subject of solitude and the artist's romantic agony. He then directed four films which showed that he was one of the most acute, lucid and despairing analysts of the schizophrenia of our time. These films constitute, as it were, a portrait of all the facets and contradictions of Italian society: Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (1970), the subject of which is the police-force; The Working Class Goes to Heaven (1971), on the worker's condition; Property is no longer a theft (1973), about the role of money in our society and how power destroys the individual: Todo Modo (1976), adapted from the homonymous novel by Leonardo Sciascia is about the warped psychic structure of the power moguls among the Christian Democrats. Pointing out as it does all the danger of conformism in politics, culture and communications technology, Petri's work increasingly came up against production obstacles. The ideological violence of Investigation of a citizen above suspicion almost caused the film to be definitely banned.

In 1978, putting aside those topics that were direct reflections on contemporary Italian society, Petri directed for the television a remarkable version of Sartre's play Dirty Hands, in which, once again, Marcello Mastroianni gave an exceptional performance. For the reason of copyright the film has not been released outside Italy.

With Buone Notizie (1979), which Petri himself produced together with Giancarlo Giannini, the main character in the film, Petri reached an impasse: the joint inability of the artist and his character to convey their suffering and dismay.

At a time when sociopolitical and psycoanalytical methods were converging in an attempt to better define the crisis in western societies, Petri tries to interpret the field of the unconscious. More in the line of Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Reich than Karl Marx, he is one of the directors who have done most to renew the political approach to man's problems, to his social insertion. Ranging from neuroses to schizophrenia, Petri's world is one of the most coherent and stimulating where a film-director's commitment to his implicit audiences is involved. The work, however, took its toll on Petri.


Final Years
Like his own characters, he was a constant prey to existential doubts and anguish. The last years of Petri's life were overshadowed by the difficulty he experienced in getting a new film-project under way, and by the onset illness. In 1981, Petri went to Geneva to produce Arthur Miller's new play The American Clock. It was to be his sole incursion into the theatre domain. Work on another film, Chi illumina la grande notte was well advanced: the takes were scheduled for September 1982 and Marcello Mastroianni was to play the leading role. But his illness too was far advanced: Elio Petri died prematurely of cancer on November 10, 1982. He was 53 years old.

External links
Elio Petri web-site
IMDb entry

(See here)

 
The Comments

01 IMDB-2

The final scene in Elio Petri's 1970 Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion concludes with a quote from Kafka's The Trial: "Whatever he may seem to us, he is yet a servant of the Law; that is, he belongs to the Law and as such is set beyond human judgment." What Petri has left out from this excerpt is also that "to doubt his integrity is to doubt the Law itself". The "he" in question here is the man of the Law – the police inspector – played brilliantly, hair slicked back et al, by Gian Maria Volontè. Without any scruples, we see the Inspector coldly cut his mistress's throat with a razor between the sheets in a kinky role-playing romp, sans scruples, only to prove to himself if he is, as he believes, a citizen above suspicion and beyond the Law which he so firmly adheres to.

This complex film is a cinematic gem thanks to its multifarious tropes – at times absurd black comedy, at times vitriolic political satire, at times psychological study into sexual fetishism and power. Of course, all of these themes intermingle so effortlessly that you can't help but be taken aback by the richness of Petri's byzantine vision. The left-leaning director here depicts the autocratic terror that overtook Italy in the late 60s, an overture to the tense, decade-long period known as the "years of lead" in Italian politics – a time of fascist repression and a struggle between the equally-as-extreme left and right of center parties.

Beyond its political overtones (which are universal yet now paradoxically outdated, as we see rebellious students waving their little red Maoist books around to anger the "fascist pigs" in the police force), Investigation plays its strongest and most universal hand in its view of authority, and specifically, those that wield an ungodly amount of it. The Inspector, in a snug, black suit, commands and degrades his subordinates, yet in the way a responsible teacher would reprimand a naughty student. That is, he believes his own righteousness and position, and here, once he commits the murder of Augusta Terzi (the stunning Florinda Bolkan), he leaves the Law to spin its wheels of Justice, having full confidence in the organ of power that commands him. As the Inspector sits in the office of his boss, the Commissioner (a sleazy Gianni Santuccio), he trembles like a child, waiting for approval and acceptance. After the latter admits to having an affair with the murdered victim, the unperturbed Commissioner asks him amidst a smoke-filled smirk, holding a cigar in his fat fingers, "So, was she, you know? Any good?" Here we can make the link between power and sexual impotence, as the simple reason the Inspector kills his lover is because she has brought to light his personal inadequacies as a man. An individual who holds such dominance over others, who commands such authority, is an addictive aphrodisiac for Bolkan's underwear-hating heroine, but after a while, she sees her Inspector is nothing more than a capricious child obsessed and deceived with a position of power that holds no integrity and no truth. For her, his sexual appeal has vanished, the organ of dominance has grown limp, as the incongruity between the Inspector's projected image and his actual self begins to grow. She hates his little black socks, his dull black suit, and his overall bureaucratic appearance. In a few great satirical moments, we see the impressionable Inspector strolling the streets in a trendy new khaki suit, a purple silk ascot, fashionable sunglasses – a caricature of Italian culture to the fullest.

So what prompts Volontè's Inspector to make his final decision? Is he a stern follower of the Law who wants to test it and prove himself superior to his inept colleagues; a sadistic neofascist bureaucrat who lives for control and subjugation of others; an infantile with a bruised ego thanks to an untamable feminine force? Are we, as viewers, not to question his actions, but simply to accept them as necessary because he's "a man of the Law", superior to us, despite his faults, as Kafka leads us to believe…or is that just Petri's tongue-in-cheek humor getting the best of us? That's the fun of this great film, and the kookiness of Ennio Morricone's twangy score adds to the comical effect of a dark and witty étude into power, sex, and politics. (See here)

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02 WIKI

Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (Italian: Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto) is a 1970 Italian film crime drama directed by Elio Petri. It is a dramatic, psychological, black-humoured satire on corruption in high office, telling the story of a top police officer who kills his lover and then tests whether the police would accuse him for this. During the movie, he is seen planting obvious clues while the other police officers ignore them, either intentionally or not.

The film was highly regarded in its own time, winning the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and both the FIPRESCI Prize and the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Also it won as Best Foreign Language Film at the Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1971. Today the film stands well, thanks to its intelligent composition.

Volonté performed one of his most celebrated roles as the idiosyncratic, nervous police inspector, portraying a clichéd authoritarian southern Italian police functionary.(See here)

 
Stills and explaine
1 (00:00:00-00:28:59) A murder that is emboldened by the support of power and influence
The police inspector killed his lover Augusta Terzi in her house (The police inspector haven't any name in the movie, so we will call him inspector from now on)
He leave over a lot of fingerprints intentionally before out
(00:03:00)The police inspector killed his lover Augusta Terzi in her house (The police inspector haven't any name in the movie, so we will call him inspector from now on)
(00:11:36) He leave over a lot of fingerprints intentionally before out
He has been promoted to head of security department from the murder section in that day
The police inspector run to the murder site leading policemen. Many fingerprints have been found, but nobody doubt the inspector.
(00:15:05)He has been promoted to head of security department from the murder section in that day (00:22:10) The police inspector run to the murder site leading policemen. Many fingerprints have been found, but nobody doubt the inspector.
2 (00:28:59-00:38:15) A new official applies strict measures
The inspector is convening staffs' meeting of the security department and makes a speech
He call out with a loud voice with a pose as a person of high morals "We defend the law...."
(00:29:29)The inspector is convening staffs' meeting of the security department and makes a speech
(00:31:58) He call out with a loud voice with a pose as a person of high morals "We defend the law...."
He using a view opportunity to ask seeing the files of policemen of murder section
He meeting the head of the police headquarters and ask more policemen and funds.
(00:33:26) He using a view opportunity to ask seeing the files of policemen of murder section (00:35:18) He meeting the head of the police headquarters and ask more policemen and funds.
3(00:38:15-00:50:33) The criminal clews start to be emerged
The inspector shows a file of commie who is a policeman Panunzio's cousin for Panunzio
Panunzio ignore those inspector's fingerprints for fawning the inspector
(00:38:54)The inspector shows a file of commie who is a policeman Panunzio's cousin for Panunzio
(00:40:23) Panunzio ignore those inspector's fingerprints for fawning the inspector
The Doctor Mangani-new head of the murder section is interrogating Augusta Terzi's husband and ask him to confess his crime
The inspector has a bed omen for talk of Augusta Terzi's husband, because he seems know character and figure of that homicide.
(00:46:31) The Doctor Mangani-new head of the murder section is interrogating Augusta Terzi's husband and ask him to confess his crime (00:48:10)The inspector has a bed omen for talk of Augusta Terzi's husband, because he seems know character and figure of that homicide.
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