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Among the films that taught me most!
Directed by Juan José Campanella - 2009 - Argentina - 127 min

The Secret in Their Eyes

2022 June 08 | by Arduino Mancini Boss and Staff member - Cryme and Thriller - Motivation - Politics - Women's Stories

The Secret in their Eyes (original title “El Secreto de sus Ojos”) is a film from Argentina that won the Oscar for Best International Feature Film in 2010; not to be confused with the USA remake shot in 2015. The story is set in Argentina in 1999 and employs the novel-writing technique of flashback; a […]

Why would anyone want to kill Veronica Guerin?
Directed by Joel Schumacher - 2003 - USA, Ireland, UK – 98 min

Veronica Guerin

2021 December 01 | by Arduino Mancini Conflict - Cryme and Thriller - Money and Finance - Politics - Women's Stories

Veronica Guerin is an eclectic Irish woman who, after studying accounting, works first in her father’s company, then founds a public relations firm; finally, after 7 years, she returns to work as a secretary in a different business. The film’s protagonist is also involved politically, and in 1987 she becomes election agent and party treasurer […]

A master course on negotiation: competitive, cooperative, blended
Directed by Steven Spielberg - 2015 - USA - 141 minutes

Bridge of Spies

2021 June 07 | by Arduino Mancini Asking questions - Critical thinking - Game theory - Negotiation - Politics - Stratagems - War

Plot The film is based on James B. Donovan’s book The Truth about the Rudolf Abel Case, inspired by a true story. The film is set in the middle of the Cold War and begins in 1957, when the FBI arrests Rudolf Abel, a Soviet spy living in New York. Since the United States intends […]

WHEN DETERRENCE TURNS INTO TRAGEDY: A KUBRICK'S MASTERPIECE
Directed by S. Kubrick - 1964 - UK - 93 min.

Dr. Strangelove

2019 July 19 | by Arduino Mancini Change management - Conflict - Game theory - Leadership - Negotiation - Politics - Stratagems - Teamwork

The film is set in the middle of the Cold War and is freely based on the novel Red Alert (‘1958) by Peter George. Just an incipit to the story: I won’t tell you much so as not to deprive you of the pleasure of being surprised in every frame. Jack D. Ripper is a […]

MORE THAN A MOVIE: A GENUINE TRAINING COURSE!
Directed by R. Donaldson - 2000 - USA - 145 min.

Thirteen Days

In October 1962, photos taken from U-2 revealed that the Soviet Union is about to install nuclear weapons in Cuba, which would have the ability to wipe out the United States in the south and east coast. President Kennedy and his advisors must plan action to counter the Soviets. JFK wants to prove that he […]

William Wallace will help you discover the most complex stratagems
Directed by Mel Gibson - 1995 – Usa – 180 min.

Braveheart

2015 November 02 | by Admin Conflict - Leadership - Negotiation - Politics - Stratagems - War

Mel Gibson is the protagonist and director of a film that tells the long, brave battles fought by the Scottish people, between the end of 1200 and the beginning of 1300, to gain independence from England. When English soldiers kill his wife, William Wallace decides to give shape to his desire for personal revenge by […]

Directed by Gary Fleder – 2003 – Usa – 127 min.

Runaway jury

Wendell Rohr is a torts lawyer taking on the gun lobby. Rankin Fitch is the jury consultant for the Defendants and between them the battle is for the hearts and minds of the jury. But there is someone on the inside. Nicholas Easter is a juror with a girlfriend, Marlee, on the outside. they have […]

When the boss is in competition with the staff member
Directed by Neil Jordan - 1995 – Usa – 125 min.

Michael Collins

In 1916, during the rebellion known as the Easter Rising, the Irish revolutionaries surrendered after opposing the overwhelming military force of the British army for six days at Dublin Postal Headquarters. Among the revolutionary leaders, only Eamon de Valera, an American citizen, is spared the execution squad. Many followers, including Michael Collins and his friend […]