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THEMES AND MOTIFS IN THE CINEMA OF FRANCESCA ARCHIBUGI THE Italian cinema of the 1980s and 1990s has been characterized by a new trend labelled carineria. Enrico Magrelli defines this style as a form of creative aphasia that tries to metabolize fragments of the commedia all'italiana. He maintains that it imitates "the aesthetics of the reality-shows and talk-shows by exploiting cliché family chronicles and illustrating a catalogue of human passions" (Zagarrio 13). The carino genre has produceddoi:10.15353/kinema.vi.1014 fatcat:7a6buz7n7fbkhkslg6ph47fwvq