Ottaviano Blitch serves as the off-screen voiceover in this stunning trailer, delivering a compelling and captivating performance that perfectly captures the film's tone. Sin City is a stylized neo-noir crime film that follows three separate but interlocking storylines set in Basin City directed by Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller, and Quentin Tarantino. The film features a star-studded cast including Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen, and Benicio Del Toro, among others. It is based on Miller's graphic novel series of the same name.

Ottaviano Blitch is one of the brightest stars of contemporary cinema, known for his crystal-clear and authentic talent. Born in 1973, he has made a name for himself as an actor who fully immerses himself in each role using the Stanislavski method.


Blitch is a true polyglot, fluent in four languages including English and Italian, which are his mother tongues, as well as French and Spanish. His linguistic skills have been invaluable in his career, allowing him to work on international productions and connect with a diverse range of audiences.


Blitch has appeared in numerous films, including: "A rose reborn", directed by Park_Chan Wook (Old boy), "Shadow", directed by Federico Zampaglione, "Italians" directed by Giovanni Veronesi and "Liver", which he also directed. He has also made a memorable appearance in the music video for the Maneskin song Gossip, playing the role of a nuisance.


What sets Blitch apart from his contemporaries is his ability to convey a range of emotions with subtlety and nuance, creating complex and fully-realized characters that resonate with audiences. He is a consummate professional who takes his craft seriously, dedicating himself fully to each role.


Despite his success, Blitch remains humble and grounded, always striving to improve and push the boundaries of his art. He is respected and admired by his peers in the industry, who recognize his talent and his commitment to excellence.


In the world of cinema, Ottaviano Blitch is a true gem, a master of his craft whose work will be remembered and admired for years to come.

Ottaviano Blitch plays the part of the Destroyer in the Maneskin video entitled "Gossip", with the participation of Tom Morello the guitarist of "Rage against the machine".


directed by Giovanni Veronesi

Ottaviano Blitch stars in the film by Giovanni Veronesi: “Italians”, in the role of a troublemaking Briton.

La notte di Evelyn - Directed by Tommaso Ottomano - With Ottaviano Blitch

An actor doesn't necessarily have to stay in character even when he's on stand-by. Usually, the actors who implement the technique of the Stanislavskij method belong to that category of artists who develop a real obsession for details and can get to become the character in its entirety, to the point of frightening you, to the point of convincing you that that is the person in front of you.


In order to develop Stanislavskij's technique an actor must create the tangible conditions for a complete annihilation of his own personality. For example, Ottaviano Blitch, from the moment he is hired for the role of the villain Fred in the film Shadow, begins a real psychophysical transformation that will also lead him to worry the director of the film, Federico Zampaglione. All the details of the oddities and really crazy anecdotes that happened on the set of "Shadow" can be seen by clicking here: "Shadow". In the film "Liver", Ottaviano takes at least 4 weeks before detoxifying himself from the demonic influence of the character's personality.


The characteristic of the madness of Ottaviano Blitch's way of thinking is that of identifying with the character to the point of remaining hostage to it for a long time, consciously. Blitch is not an easy artist, not at all, he becomes short-tempered if you address him in an arrogant way. Ottaviano has repeatedly stated that he didn't care that he missed several opportunities to be hired for some very profitable films, but which he didn't like, or maybe the script was interesting but the director turned out to be presumptuous and arrogant. This is a job that must be done mainly if there are two fundamental characteristics: passion and determination.


Orson Welles said one fundamental thing about the vital role of the actor he occupies within the stylistic code of cinema, when compared to the too much importance given to the role of the director nowadays:


Orson Welles:


"I have never set foot in a film school. And I had never set foot on a set before filming "Citizen Kane". No doubt I was touched by the grace of total ignorance. I learned everything there was to do. know in three hours, not because it is particularly intelligent, but because cinema is simple! You have certainly spent too much time watching movies. Don't close yourself too much in the cinematic universe, like a box of herring. And pay attention to the enchantment of the most perverse muses. The decadence of cinema is the result of the glorification of the director. But the actor is more important. Today the director is the most overrated artist in the world. Think of the great moments of the film. cinema: they are all in black and white. The more technical progress advances, the more the creative spirit declines. And I fear that electronics will only end up helping third-rate films."


directed by Park Chan_Wook - An Ermenegildo Zegna's film

Ermenegildo Zegna is pleased to announce an international film collaboration between Stefano Pilati and acclaimed award-winning South Korean director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Stoker).

The film also features the internationally acclaimed actors, Daniel Wu (Blood Brothers, Overheard), Jack Huston (American Hustle, Boardwalk Empire) and co-starring Ottaviano Blitch (Shadow, Deranged).

Other notable collaborators include British composer Clint Mansell (Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream) and Argentinean cinematographer Natasha Braier (The Milk of Sorrow, The Rover).

A Rose Reborn has been selected by the “Busan International Film Festival” and by the “Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma” where it will be screened in its entirety on the occasion of these two important cinematographic appointments.


directed by Federico Zampaglione

Blitch stars in Federico Zampaglione’s drama: "Shadow"​ in the role of the antagonist (Fred), a bloodthirsty murderer who irrevocably changes the fate of the film.

Review: Missing "Hostel"​? "Shadow"​ brings you more torture porn - Reality Can Be Sicker Than Nightmares . David (Jake Muxworthy), a young soldier returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, decides to go on a mountain biking adventure in Europe to forget his battle-weary past. In the woods, he meets pretty young stranger Angeline (Karina Testa) and they team up to explore the picturesque surrounding area. On their path they are going to meet with a pair of evil men (Ottaviano Blitch and Chris Coppola) so they'll turn David and Angelina's life very harder. Soon they learn of a mystifying local myth... a legend that will force David to face more shattering fears than he did during wartime. To meet the bloodthirsty butcher Mortis (Nuot Arquint) and to discover that reality is sicker than any nightmare.

DERANGED - Le dérangé

directed by Ottaviano Blitch

Official selection "Short Film Corner" - Le 65° Festival de Cannes

His short movie: “Deranged” has been officially selected as a “Best short film corner” at the 65° Festival de Cannes.


Synopsis: In a mysterious time-space interval, Jeremy remains unaccountably trapped in the mental anti-chamber of his own subconscious. He finds himself witnessing, like an invisible spectator a discussion between diners with the only characteristic that they are all dummies, including himself, who is sitting paralyzed at the head of the table.



Winner of 6 awards from "Best lead actor" to "Best movie" to "Best script".

Synopsis: “Harry Brompton was born on July the 27th 1973, Crowley, in Sussex, England.

At the age of 15 he murdered with a golf club a young married couple in their own house in Bristol.

The Press nicknamed him “Liver” because he had eaten up and swallowed both corpses’ liver and afterwards convicted double premeditated homicide.

After 18 years’ imprisonment in a Maximum Security Prison mental institution in Yorkshire, “Liver” came out of prison on march the 14th 2005 for good conduct.

The same day Harry Brompton “Liver” visited, in her home, the young Rachel Mc. Williams, daughter of the Public Prosecutor who at the time had asked for his life imprisonment.”


Directed by Jason Field


Directed by Louis Nero


Directed by Tony Zangardi


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