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Italy · 2021
1h 45m
Director Pietro Marcello, Francesco Munzi, Alice Rohrwacher
Genre Documentary

A portrait of Italy observed through the eyes of teenagers who describe the places they live in and imagine their futures. Torn between the opportunities that surround them, they ruminate on their dreams, discuss the fear of failing, and explain the trials they hope to overcome.

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The New York Times by A.O. Scott

Anyone with a heart will be stirred by the generous, critical, humanist spirit shared by the kids in front of the camera and the grown-ups on the other side.


The A.V. Club by Lawrence Garcia

Self-reflexiveness is no guarantee of value in a documentary, and Futura works perfectly well as cinematic reportage. Still, the film does at times feel slack and arbitrary—a bit like a census that no one could argue is unimportant but which nonetheless has the feel of a box-ticking exercise.


The Film Stage by Michael Frank

Futura lives in the past and the present, not the future––attempting to say much more about what has made these people this way, not what they will do about it. For all of the talk about the future, this documentary has nothing insightful to say about it.

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