Human Capital (2015)
Critic Consensus: Part character study, part socioeconomic fable, Human Capital offers trenchant commentary as well as absorbing drama.
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as Massimiliano Bernaschi
as Luca Ambrosini
as Serena Ossola
as Carla Bernaschi
as Dino Ossola
as Donato Russomanno
as Roberta Morelli
as Giovanni Bernaschi
as L'avvocato Gérard Pierret
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Critic Reviews for Human Capital
The film is further undone by an overwrought ending and toneless conclusion that proves too soft to energize the movie's implied though underdeveloped social critique.
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi contributes an affecting performance as the rich boy's spiritually bereft mother, whose self-worth has been smothered by luxury.
With its stylish lines and creamy production values, "Human Capital" combines the luxurious look of a classic wish-fulfillment fantasy with a stinging critique of capitalism's excesses and psychic costs.
In "Human Capital," the destinies of two Italian families become intertwined after a hit-and-run accident in which the victim is a waiter.
Human Capital transplants the action from Connecticut to a wealthy suburb of Milan, but the theme remains the same: In our rush to attain supposed happiness through money and power, we often overlook the things that really matter and make us truly happy.
Audience Reviews for Human Capital
A sharp and intelligent social commentary with strong performances and a multilayered narrative that examines the value of human life in our world and interweaves the perspectives of three characters to show the irremediable impact that people have on each other's lives.
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