Michelangelo Antonioni

Dati tecnici

Language: 
Italiano
Categoria: 
Colour: 
Shooting format: 
35 mm

Festival e premi

Festival: 
Anno: 
1955
Nome del Festival: 
Mostra del Cinema di Venezia
Awards won: 
Anno: 
1955
Nome del concorso: 
Mostra del cinema di Venezia
Tipo/Titolo del premio: 
Leone d'artgento
Anno: 
1955
Tipo/Titolo del premio: 
Nastro d'argento alla regia
Anno: 
1955
Tipo/Titolo del premio: 
Nastro d'argento per l'attrice non protagonista

Credits principali

Production company : 
Giovanni Addessi
Production company: 
Giovanni Addessi
Production type: 
Distributed: 
No
Distribution details: 
Data di uscita: 
23/09/2014
Data di uscita: 
23/09/2014
Data di uscita: 
23/09/2014

Cast e credits

Cast: 
Eleonora Rossi Drago, Gabriele Ferzetti, Franco Fabrizi, Valentina Cortese, Yvonne Furneaux, Ettore Manni
Story: 
Cesare Pavese (“Tra donne sole”)
Screenplay: 
Michelangelo Antonioni Suso Cecchi D’Amico , Alba De Cespedes
Film editing: 
Eraldo Da Roma
Music: 
Giovanni Fusco
Cinematography: 
Gianni Di Venanzo

Le amiche

International title: 
Le amiche
Anno: 
Rassegna: 
Genre: 
Length: 
104min
Country: 
Italia
Year of production: 
1 995
Clelia decides to open a Turin branch of a Rome fashion salon, thus giving herself the chance to return to her home town. Almost by miracle, she saves the life of a young woman, Rosetta, who had attempted suicide with a drugs overdose in her hotel. The two become friends and Clelia also gets to know Rosetta's other friends in high society. Momina is a woman separated from her husband; she changes lovers like she changes clothes. Nene is instead a successful artist who lives with Lorenzo, a frustrated painter who is envious of his wife. Clelia meanwhile falls in love with Caesar, assistant to the architect of the salon, but he is from a working class background. When Momina discovers that Rosetta had attempted suicide because she was in love with Lorenzo, she does not reprimand Rosetta but instead advises her to stay with him, even though he and Nene are about to get married. Advice that turns out to be very dangerous. The film won the Silver Lion at the Venice Festival and three Silver Ribbons, including one for direction and one for best supporting actress (Valentina Cortese).

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