Un garibaldino al convento (1942)

  |  Comedy, Drama


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An old woman's poignant reminiscence of her youth in a convent school: the happy moments, the sad ones and the tragic love for a Garibaldian.


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19 February 2003 | mgieri
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| A story of love and political commitment in pre-unitarian Italy.
The film is of particular interest for two reasons: firstly, it is a film about the Italian Risorgimento, and yet a fairly a-typical one among those made during Fascism; secondly, it is a fairly intriguing early film by soon to be Neorealist master Vittorio de Sica, the author of such masterpieces as Shoeshine and Rome Open City.

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