House of Gucci


Ridley Scott directs Lady GaGa in this crime drama based on the true story of murder and intrigue in the Gucci family in the 1990s.

Like The Godfather for fashionistas, it tells the true story of Patrizia Reggiani, the outsider from a humble background, who married Maurizio Gucci, heir to the fashion family fortune. Determined for success, Patrizia encourages her husband to take an interest in his family business. When Maurizio sidelines Patrizia for a mistress, it sparks a bitter separation. But the ambitious and power-hungry Patrizia won’t give up all she has fought for, and ends up making some lethal decisions.

“see this lavish soap opera and you’ll know you’ve been to the movies.” Scotsman

“Every time Gaga comes on screen, you just can’t help grinning at her sly elegance, mischief and performance-IQ, channelling Gina Lollobrigida or Claudia Cardinale in their early-50s gamine styles.” Guardian

“House Of Gucci can switch into camp faster than you can swing a bamboo-handled handbag… But it’s also unsettling, entertaining, and really quite unusual: like next year’s fashions from a more extreme house, it grows on you.” Screen International

“It is stupidly watchable. If you don’t know or remember the details of what went down, save the search for after. Just wear your gaudiest designer logo, order a martini at the bar and give in to the easy pleasures of House of Gucci.” Associated Press

15: contains strong language, sex

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