Scarred (1948)

  |  Drama, Romance


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Assunta, a commoner of Naples, is scarred by her lover Michele for jealousy.


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7 September 2008 | dbdumonteil
La Magnani
Like all the Grandes Dames ,La Magnani makes herself wait since she does not appear during the first fourteen minutes.For a movie which lasts about 75 minutes it's much!As soon as she is on the screen she mesmerizes the viewer.Even in an average film like this one,with a relatively mediocre screenplay ,La Magnani shines.

She's cast as a semi-whore the people around are always putting down (a lady says: "I do not want to speak ill of her but ....).Her presence in the church is considered a sacrilege (there's the same scene in another Magnani movie :"Volcano" ).All her lovers -when she meets a sincere young man who wants to marry her it's too late- are brutes or cowards .It looks like a blueprint for what will be fully achieved in Pasolini's masterful "Mamma Roma"

Without La Magnani,this film would be forgotten.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

11 March 1948

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

Filming Locations

Naples, Campania, Italy

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