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According to Renato Candia, [59] there are at least three incarnations of Mr. Rossi: the first one is the more frustrated, wrathful, and mischievous, and pertains to the first seven theatrical shorts, but Bozzetto kept it alive also in the Mr. There is only one Mr.

Rossi, though, in the perception of the general Italian audience; he is just a cartoon distillate of the worst traits of the Italian man, or better, of its archetype in the popular culture of postwar Italy. Characters of this kind started to populate the Italian mass entertainment, and especially cinema, on the wake of the so-called economic miracle, or economic boom: a period of growth spurt in market competitiveness, monetary strength, social security, and quality of life from the s to the late s.

Its main reasons were the generous postwar reconstruction aids that came from the Marshall Plan —52 , the opening of the European Common Market, and the availability of low-cost labor force. A culture of leisure started to develop, also because, for the first time, Italians were granted the right to an annual paid leave from work, sanctioned by the article 36 of the Republican constitution. Around that date, large masses of Italians reached for holiday resorts mostly beaches to spend their free time, while shops and offices closed down.

Such national vacation became the annual goal of the average Italian man, and social success seemed to be proportional to the amount of owned goods that enhanced the fun during the breaks from work. However, some intellectuals saw a dead end approaching. A reckless young man, Bruno Vittorio Gassman , forces a meek law student Jean-Louis Trintignant to join him on his convertible car.

Pier Paolo Pasolini also argued that this easy ideal of success, while it momentarily appeased the self-esteem, was actually based on models that came from outside the individual, having been inculcated into the people by television and industry. The most important thing was to show off: the cinema of the tells about the staging of an illusory wealth, built on quicksand.

The low-class Italian, the petite and average bourgeoisie conceals more and more their poor origins and dashes into the consumer culture. The new status does not prevent them to be aware that the change was too fast, that the road behind them is strewn with sentimental ruins and the economic well-being is achieved at the cost of an emotional wasteland and the sacrifice of not few ideals and values.

The Italian cinema translated this situation into a number of bitter comedies, whose lead characters were antiheroic average men, often 41 confronted with a clash between their grandiosity and their ultimate ineptitude at life; they were mostly interpreted by Alberto Sordi Il boom , The Boom , Vittorio De Sica, , Ugo Tognazzi I mostri , The Monsters , Dino Risi, , or Nino Manfredi Il padre di famiglia , The Head of the Family , Nanni Loy, Rossi is a cartoon satire of that grotesque and sad archetype, and as such in perfect tune with the cultural sensibility of his times; he is also a forerunner to the film character that would have cemented the archetype of the inept, uncouth but resilient average man in the Italian popular culture, Ugo Fantozzi, played by Paolo Villaggio in a live-action film series that started with Fantozzi Luciano Salce, The resemblances between the types of Rossi and Fantozzi are heightened in the TV series, as Rossi is given a humiliating job and a tyrannical boss.

In An Award for Mr. In the next Mr. Rossi films, Bozzetto subjected the character to several entertainment obligations of the average Italian citizen. Rossi will always end up enraged, disillusioned, or defeated: the first destination is a skiing resort Il signor Rossi va a sciare , Mr. Rossi Goes to the Beach , ; in the short he has to buy a car, while is the time for camping Il signor Rossi al campeggio , Mr.

Rossi Goes Camping. He even indulges in an elite leisurely activity like a photo safari Il signor Rossi al fotosafari , Mr. Rossi Goes to Venice , , concluding the first stage of his existence and then mutating into a positive adventurer for the TV series. The reasons of Mr. On top of that, as remarked by Bendazzi, there is the universality and relative innocuity of Mr. Even though the average Italian is portrayed as petty, violent, and ultimately a loser, Mr.

Rossi is just too flawed to be relatable; so, the spectator ends up laughing at him without feeling personally attacked, but just enjoying the comic relief. Moreover, it was a family from Northern Italy, the richest area of the country. Implicitly, this is also the social-geographic territory satirically targeted in the Mr. Rossi shorts that never take into account the economical divide—and the difference in the quality of life—between the north and the south of the peninsula.

The only other sensible issue, in term of content, concerns the use of an insistently male and patriarchal gaze in his storytelling. Again, this is usually played for laughs, with no intention to advocate for a gender discrimination. Anyway, since his first film, Mr. Rossi just flees. In Mr. Rossi Goes to the Beach , the character leers at the girls on the beach, just like the old satyr—who resembles a senescent Mr. The male-centric gaze in Bozzetto and Mr. Rossi is definitely a bias, but also a direct consequence of the society he 43 was satirizing: the patriarchal and catholic Northern Italy of the economic boom years.

Even though the story is seen from a point of view that is unmistakably male, the masculine stereotypes are often exposed as vain and laughable. Rossi is far from being a model of volitional masculinity. Rossi and Women , The lack of a strictly circumscribed and accusatory satirical stance in the Mr. Rossi films had a strategically positive result on the character, as it made it funny also outside of Italy.

He seemed a descendant of many serial characters of the American cartoons of the s and s, which in turn were building on the world-famous comedy routines of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Harold Lloyd. However, Mr. Bozzetto himself noticed how versatile was his creation when he decided to reuse it after An Award for Mr.

His last appearance before his apparent demise was Il signor Rossi e lo sport Mr. But then, during the production of Allegro , the three films for children happened, even if it was more an involution than an evolution, in many respects. However, three features and its derived TV series explored a side of the character that was never seen before: the lyrical and contemplative one. The extremes of sadism and absurdity that Bozzetto sometimes reaches in other films are never as lucid and well-timed as in the Mr.

Rossi universe; however, until the TV series from the three features, Mr. The TV series smoothened Mr. Rossi, in the end, seems destined to stay alive: from to , he was a constant presence among the cartoons printed in a column of the newspaper Corriere della Sera.

As of , Bozzetto and his studio are preparing a new TV series, the intention of which is to bring back something of the early personality of the character and to make him interact with the new technologies. Figure Figure 2. Rossi on a food sneaking mission in Allegro non troppo , a few seconds before meeting the fate that awaits any cartoon creature exposed to fire.

Rossi was just an inside joke of the film crew, which at the time was just quite fed up with the character. Rossi remained alive and well after that; Bozzetto and his studio are planning for him an animated comeback, as a follow-up to the celebrations for his sixtieth anniversary. The opening titles of An Award for Mr.

Rossi reveal that Bozzetto was no longer working alone: the animation is credited to Sergio Chesani and Giancarlo Bassi, the backgrounds are by Giancarlo Cereda, Roberto Scarpa and Luciano Marzetti are the camera operators, and the music is by Pier Emilio Bassi. It is possible to see several of them at work 46 on the Mr. That was the earliest production crew that Bozzetto gathered by searching among his friends and acquaintances e.

In August , in one of his first interviews, Bozzetto claimed that he absolutely did not want to work for the advertising industry. It never became a large facility, though: all the other Italian studios specialized in animated commercials remained bigger than the Bruno Bozzetto Film. Also, a formal pipeline for animation production was never implemented before the s: Bozzetto was more at ease with a freely creative environment and no rigidly established roles.

There were of course specialists, but anyone could provide a gag or an idea and have a say on general decisions; the only rule was that Bozzetto had final word on everything. Such an apparently dispersive strategy was made efficient by the fact that Bozzetto always worked with people he closely knew and completely trusted. He rarely did formal public selections for new collaborators; one of those cases was when he hired Maurizio Nichetti, who soon after became a friend of him.

Some artists spontaneously applied to join the studio; some others were brought there by sheer coincidence. Giovanni Mulazzani, for example, came to Milan with the intention to pursue a career as illustrator. Tired of waiting, he left after a few days; soon after that, Bozzetto called the landlady and inquired if that applicant was still there. The landlady said that he had gone away and, on her own initiative, recommended instead Mulazzani to the director.

He had to further hone his aptitude to concision in humor and storytelling, and also to develop an animated character: a protagonist fit to return in several different films—it is maybe not by chance that Mr. Rossi was born in , the same year when Bozzetto was prompted to this task. Kuko was animated in a rush, as the first proposal by Bozzetto did not pass the RAI evaluation. The final payoff proceeds to introduce some of its products.

He was aware that the format limitations did not allow any character development or meaningful artistic exploration. Nonetheless, he created a gallery of protagonists that regularly encountered the favor of the audience, and that received numerous awards at festivals for film advertisements. He even animated Zorry Kid, a famous character by one of the most renowned Italian comic artists, Benito Jacovitti — The Bruno Bozzetto Film studio had invested since its beginning in sound and music production.

Notwithstanding its small dimensions, it was the only Italian animation facility to have an in-house recording stage. After Tico-Tico , the Unca Dunca commercials were probably the second step along the path that was to bring Bozzetto to Allegro non troppo ; the music was not classical, though. It was provided by a famous pop, jazz, and rock songwriter, Enzo Jannacci — , who, together with the composer and saxophonist Paolo Tomelleri , scored also several theatrical shorts by Bozzetto like Alfa Omega [ Alpha Omega ] , and the Mr.

Rossi films of and In the s, Bozzetto and his collaborators pursued a continuous technical development by means of trial and error, while their stylistic approach remained consistently focused on geometrical and flat designs, limited animation, and communicative straightforwardness. Not only characters were seen from a distance, but the camera also became essentially 49 still except a few zoom-ins for emphasis , and editing tended to disappear, in favor of a single long take.

The gaze of the spectator was firmly distanced from the action, as if the only possible role of the viewer was that of a passive witness. At the same time, however, it required an active viewership. The screen action occurred in selected portions of the screen, which changed throughout the film.

The eye was thus invited to wander over a continuous comedic variation on the pristine fixed shot. In the short Ego , the relevant screen portions were inscribed into rectangles, while the rest of the screen went black; the encasing of the action into the small shape was also a visual commentary on the suffocating life routine of the protagonist, as opposed to the full-screen unleashing of his perverted night dreams.

So, Bozzetto took the concept of variation that he used to propel the humor of his early shorts and made it essential to his directing style, which now rested strongly on persistent images subjected to some kind of mutation. He also created a rhythmic device: the gazes guided across the screen became a pulsation that articulated the timing of the story in a way that involved not only the perception but also the physical body of the spectator. The eyes needed to physically turn toward a certain region of the projected frame; such effect is of course rendered possible only by the generous dimensions of a cinema screen.

Alfa Omega , in , is precisely an apparent fixed-camera long take of metaphoric incidents that happen to a naively drawn character, which stays still in the middle of the frame; it elaborates on the conditioning that society imposes on the individual from birth to death and Bozzetto animated it all on his own. The black and white I due castelli consolidated this idea. Two very stylized castles lie atop of two hills, on the two sides of the screen. Repeatedly, one or more warriors exit from the left castle and try to conquer the right one, but they get constantly wiped out.

The back-and-forth visual motion continues until a giant head emerges from the right hill and reveals that the castle was just his crown. During this age of his professional affirmation, Bozzetto had never thought about making a full-length animated film. The fixed-camera style he was 50 exploring was very far from being exploitable in a work of one hour and a half; but, above all, he believed than he was not even remotely close to having the artistic and monetary resources to make a feature that could meet the Disney standards.

However, as it happened for his Cannes debut, a well-thought advice from a respected person made him reconsider his position. It came from Attilio Giovannini, [77] a film history professor at the University of Milan, but also a director and screenwriter: he cowrote The Dynamite Brothers , the first and, in the early s, only full-length animated feature that Italy had produced since , together with The Rose of Bagdad.

There were two major breakthroughs in the line of thought that convinced him of the feasibility of the project. It occurred to him that the Western films, a genre he was particularly into, could constitute a modern equivalent of fairy tales and myths, because of their epic and compelling storylines, their deep penetration into international popular culture, and their use of highly stereotyped narrative roles that make immediately evident to the spectator who is the good guy, who is the bad one, who is going to die, and so on.

In the first half of the s, Bozzetto mostly assigned the scenography job to Giancarlo Cereda, who had a very graphic and clean approach, considered by the director close to that of the UPA films. He also painted with tempera over surfaces colored with India ink and engraved with patterns, drawn 51 by scratching the half-dried tempera with a steel nail; he then washed the artwork, and the water partially removed the water-soluble paint but left unscathed the scratched areas where the India ink emerged.

Bozzetto clearly doted on his experience in the short format and fitted it into a wider story arc. This Western parody is replete with small separate gags. For example, there is an extended fight between the protagonist, Johnny, and his nemesis, Il Cattivissimo, rendered through an insistent long shot and a back-and-forth rhythmical orientation of the gaze, derived from I due castelli. The production strategy chosen by Bozzetto contributed to this outcome, too, as for the one year and a half when the film was in the making the studio did not take commissions for advertisements; the downside of this was that, after the film release, almost all the contacts with their customers had to be rebuilt from scratch.

This did not happen for Vip and Allegro , as the animators alternated between the work on film sequences and on advertisements. The feeling of a scene, even when the events were farcical or absurd, was more important than the gags. To achieve this, he cared about using, for the first time in his animated productions, an editing that sometimes replicated that of live-action films. In particular, he rendered dialogues with a shot-reverse shot syntaxis, something that he learnt from Giovannini who cowrote the screenplay.

He also relied on the voice acting and the content of the dialogues themselves, which were not prerecorded but actually finalized in their writing and fitted to the moving mouths of the characters after the film was finished. Bozzetto also used camera movements in a more comprehensive way, in contrast with his fixed-camera trend. In respect to animation, he tried to assign each scene to the animator who was more in tune with its emotional tinge; for example, he gave a night exchange between Johnny and Clementine to Sergio Chesani, an expert RAI operator, who was able to create smoother and subtler slow movements.

He devoted several months to its animation, while the rest of the production proceeded. It does not contain gags or dialogue: it only depicts the slow approaching of menacing dark clouds, while the editing shows the environment and the characters. It makes an abundant use of sound effects and optical in-camera tricks by Luciano Marzetti that simulate lightning and color changes in the backgrounds. Bozzetto invested time and energies to make sure that the sequence had an enhanced atmospheric value: he also decided early about the music he wanted to hear during the buildup of the storm.

Bozzetto asked the composer Giampiero Boneschi to create new music inspired by the Rota piece; the result retained the same mysterious melancholy of its model. The short film material was unified thanks to a quality work in the creation of atmospheres, mostly evoked by the backgrounds and the interaction of the characters with them. What is vibrant with believable life is the landscape, which amalgamates the fragmentation of the plot and grounds the otherwise flat figurines into a consistent space.

The intent was to capitalize on the extended crew of animation professionals formed during the previous production, and on the technical competences matured over about two year of work. He invented Minivip, a short and neurotic version of The Phantom , who imitated him down to his typical disguise: a trench coat with a hat and glasses, worn over his red [83] skintight costume. He was not far from Mr. Rossi, as a character type, but his need for psychotherapy spoofed a different set of malaises of the contemporary man.

Bozzetto wanted to confront Minivip with a story that mocked the advertisement market and its strategies. Through his comical satire, however, he wished to present publicity as a product of malicious conspirations and violent attacks on unaware people. She also demanded to paint in green the faces of the many little Chinese men devotedly serving the villain, Happy Betty, in order to avoid racial jokes that could have been ill-received in the Asian market.

In part by necessity, in part by his own will, in Vip Bozzetto embraced the possibility of an episodic structure within a full-length animated feature with a single continuing storyline; Allegro non troppo could be seen as a mature development of this constructive strategy. The s were an eventful decade for Bruno Bozzetto Film. Private televisions proliferated to an impressive figure by the end of the decade; they were already in In this scenario, Italian animated TV series were hardly competitive.

The first series that Bozzetto could produce for the Italian television came only in the late s, when Italian animation enjoyed a relative renaissance after a prolonged crisis in the s; [89] in that period, not even a single animated feature film was produced in the country. Rossi, unvaryingly inconclusive in his effort to impress his peers.

The main division of the Bruno Bozzetto Film remained devoted to the sole theatrical works of Bozzetto; however, at the end of the s it suffered from two important defections as Guido Manuli and Maurizio Nichetti left the studio to pursue their own careers as directors. They always remained on good terms with Bozzetto, anyway. He was hired as a screenwriter see Chapter 3 but was also resourceful as an actor.

He convinced Bozzetto to make a short comedy in just a weekend, Oppio per oppio The Household Drug , , which was soon after followed by La cabina The Cabin , Bozzetto had plans for more animated feature films, but the self-production, with capitals from the sales of advertisements, was 57 no more a feasible option. He applied for state cinema funds, but even if his projects sometimes received positive evaluations from the commissions in charge of the film grants, [92] they were never greenlighted.

Right after Allegro , Bozzetto developed another film with the same architecture, a live-action frame, and a compilation of animated episodes; each one would have been an adaptation of a science-fiction short story, watched by live-action characters from a distant future on an old TV. The plot revolved around a mountain split in half; one side of it collapsed, isolating a tribe of cavemen, who were stuck there with no chance of technological progress.

On top of the mountain they see Mammuk, a huge mammoth-like creature, who they desperately try to reach and use as food. Finally, the screenplay of the graphic novel The Mystery of the Come-and-Go , drawn by Gregory Panaccione, was originally intended for a full-length feature starring new characters: the grand-grandchildren of Supervip and Minivip.

In the same years, though, Bozzetto was saluted with the highest honors of his whole career. Its simple tale of perseverance, inspired by the mountain walks Bozzetto used to take in his youth with his father, is condensed into 58 the figure of a little hiker who climbs a mountain, slowly but relentlessly. After the summit, he keeps walking in the sky, until he reaches God in the heavens.

The director approached Angela to see if he was interested in making a film with him: their encounter resulted in three illustrated books [98] and about two hundred animated clips spanning from thirty seconds to ten minutes —8 , which amounted to a total of about seven hours of animation.

The short is segmented into binary episodes; each one compares how Italian and European citizens deal with common aspect of social life. The comedic effects spur from a playful exaggeration of the worst stereotypes on Italians, contrasted with the calm and proper demeanor of the people from the rest of the continent. The short is remarkable not only for its powerful visual synthesis but also for its distribution strategy and animation technique. Bozzetto, in fact, elected YouTube and the social networks mostly Facebook as the preferred destination for his new short films.

This happened gradually, after a long transition. However, Bozzetto was at the time learning how to make the most of software animation tools like Adobe Flash: he was delighted by the fact that it allowed him to animate an entire short film all on his own, like he did when he was very young. So, he entered a new stage in his career, now centered around self-produced 2D computer animation. During this period, Bozzetto cultivated also an interest in 3D animation, expressed, for example, in the conclusive short released by the Bruno Bozzetto Film: I cosi The Things , He soon realized that, just like in the s the Disney features were the benchmark for full-length hand-drawn animated films, in the early s the expectations of the market and the audience were set on the quality of the Pixar Animation Studios works.

Bozzetto, anyway, was flattered by the coincidences and never found any conclusive evidence about those homages or borrowings; he just noticed, with grateful surprise, that John Lasseter had a very precise knowledge of his filmography, 60 during a honorary visit to the Emeryville establishment.

The latter had initially pursued psychology studies; [] however, in he helped in the production of a TV series derived from the short The Things , which Bozzetto outsourced to a 3D studio The Animation Band where Pinetti was working. Bozzetto has never retired and still supervises all the projects of the Studio, but also leaves substantial creative autonomy to the young artists. Apart from the aforementioned YouTube channel, he posts videos and drawings on his Facebook profile, where the audience can also enjoy a few details that the artist occasionally spares about his private life.

Bozzetto has finally settled back in Bergamo, a place he had never really left for good, anyway: when he lived in Milan, his family kept a house there and he regularly visited it in the weekends. The protagonists of his Facebook posts are instead mostly the pets and wild animals around his house. As a Bozzetto character, she is maybe the ultimate one: not a stylized creation but a real creature in casual resonance with an intimate creative desire, who Bozzetto sensibly found in the living environment his foremost source of inspiration.

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