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Futuro prossimo: una generazione si sente vecchia, stanca, finita. Un'altra, più giovane, avanza e cerca di costruire nuovi valori e modelli di convivenza alternati alla coppia e alla famiglia. Un racconto sul passare del tempo e sulla nostra società che sta cambiando. Il nuovo graphic novel dell'autore di Cinquemila km al secondo è un romanzo di fantascienza che non esplora le stelle, ma il delicato, fragile universo interiore delle relazioni e dei sentimenti di ciascuno di noi.
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July 25, 2017
The Interview is a “soft” science-fiction story set in 2048 in Italy. To say it is soft is to tie it to the humanistic tendencies of Ray Bradbury versus a “hard” science direction. There are space alien contacts in this story, via some triangles some people see in the sky at night, not very well...
January 10, 2018
Una historia particular, en el 2048, Italia. La gente comienza a notar los cambios de los nuevos movimiento y un grupo de personas comienza a ver ciertas situaciones extrañas que implican la comunicación con seres extraños. Una historia que está entre el filo de la utopía y distopía.
November 16, 2017
In 2048, the way the world works changes forever. And by that, I mean the way humans interact with each other. Presumably, the actual earth still works the same way since gravity, light, energy, all that stuff seems unaffected.
In 2048, fashion in Italy is a little different, as is architecture. S...
June 11, 2017
Manuele Fior is an outstanding artist. The Interview is a gorgeous book, filled with striking black and white artwork. However, it's story leaves a lot to be desired. It's supposed to be a science fiction about aliens communicating with humans and how telepathy changes us, but really it's about a...
July 13, 2017
I'm not a graphic novel person but this book caught my idea because of visual effect of the cover. And it was a good guess: story is set in a near future, so there's an interesting line where that future seems walking on a utopian/dystopian edge. I liked the story, the moral of the story and the...
July 04, 2017
A very different kind of narrative from last year's 5,000 km per Second, but equally fascinating in an entirely different manner. Even down to its difference in art style.
February 06, 2018
Meh. I honestly feel completely ambivalent about this. It read as a male fantasy to me (an older guy hooks up with a younger girl who doesn't believe in monogamy until *wait for it* for falls for him, ugh - OH and she was his psych patient) and I'm just not here for that.
Fior's art is beautiful,...
June 02, 2017
I really enjoyed the art and story of this. It was hard to decipher just exactly what this book was about, but it also feels as if it was open for interpretation. Mid life crisis, distrust, aliens, lights, telepaths...
I feel like it had a little bit of something, but then I felt the story shift,...
September 07, 2017
Beautiful and haunting. Reads like a Murakami take on the film Arrival. The dialogue always manages to feel real and human despite the sometimes surreal events happening around the characters in the story.
May 22, 2017
Here is a curious little midlife crisis story, or maybe a love triangle, or maybe a comedy of remarriage? Concealing what it is is the framing device of a near future when evidence of extraterrestrial life shakes up the world. But this is a very old story about the education of a girl who rescues...