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  1. The Condemned of Altona

    The Condemned of Altona (1962)


    The Condemned of Altona (Italian: I sequestrati di Altona) is a 1962 Italian-French drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It is based on the play of the same name by Jean-Paul Sartre. For this film Vittorio De Sica won the David di Donatello for Best Director.

  2. The White Ribbon

    The White Ribbon (2009)


    The White Ribbon is a 2009 black-and-white German-language drama film written and directed by Michael Haneke. Das weiße Band, Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (literally, "The White Ribbon, a German Children's Story") darkly depicts society and family in a northern German village just before World War I and, according to Haneke, "is about the roots of evil. Whether it’s religious or political terrorism, it’s the same thing."

  3. Beyond the Clouds

    Beyond the Clouds (1995)


    Beyond the Clouds (Italian: Al di là delle nuvole; French: Par-delà les nuages) is a 1995 Italian-French-German romance film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Wim Wenders and starring John Malkovich, Sophie Marceau, Vincent Perez, Irène Jacob, and Jean Reno. The film consists of four stories of romantic love and illusion told from the perspective of a wandering film director. In the first story, two beautiful young lovers are unable to consummate their passion because the young man desires impossible perfection. In the second story, the director follows a woman who reveals that she murdered her father. In the third story, a man makes an effort to appease both his wife and his mistress. In the fourth story, a young man is romantically infatuated with a woman who is soon to enter a convent.

  4. The Soul Keeper

    The Soul Keeper (2002)


    The Soul Keeper (Italian: Prendimi l'anima, French: L'âme en jeu) is a 2002 Italian-French-British romance-drama film directed by Roberto Faenza. It is loosely based on real life events of Russian psychoanalyst Sabina Spielrein and notably on her therapeutic and sentimental relationship with Carl Gustav Jung.

  5. Purple Noon

    Purple Noon (1960)


    Purple Noon (French: Plein Soleil, aka Full Sun, Blazing Sun, Lust for Evil and Talented Mr. Ripley) is a 1960 film directed by René Clément, based on the 1955 novel The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith. The film stars Alain Delon in his first major film. The film, principally in French, contains brief sequences in Italian. Romy Schneider appears briefly in an uncredited role as Freddie Miles' companion.

  6. L'innocente

    L'innocente (1976)


    The Innocent (Italian: L'innocente) was the last film made by Italian director Luchino Visconti. It was released in 1976. It is based on a novel by Gabriele d'Annunzio.

  7. Aida

    Aida (1953)


    Aida is a 1953 Italian film version of the opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi. It was directed by Clemente Fracassi and produced by Gregor Rabinovitch and Federico Teti. The screenplay was adapted by Fracassi, Carlo Castelli, Anna Gobbi and Giorgio Salviucci from the libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni. The cinematography was by Piero Portalupi, the production design by Flavio Mogherini and the costume design by Maria De Matteis. The Italian State Radio Orchestra was conducted by Giuseppe Morelli, the ballet was choreographed by Margherita Wallmann.

  8. La caduta degli dei (Götterdämmmerung)

    La caduta degli dei (Götterdämmmerung) (1969)


    The Damned is a 1969 Italian-German drama film written and directed by Luchino Visconti.

  9. Certified Copy

    Certified Copy (2010)


    Certified Copy (French: Copie conforme) is a 2010 art film by Iranian writer and director Abbas Kiarostami, starring Juliette Binoche and the British opera singer William Shimell, in his first film role. The film is set in Tuscany, and focuses on a British writer and a French antiques dealer, whose relationship undergoes an odd transformation over the course of a day. The film was a French-majority production, with co-producers in Italy and Belgium. The dialogue is in French, English and Italian.

  10. Borsalino

    Borsalino (1970)


    Borsalino is a 1970 gangster film directed by Jacques Deray and starring Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Rouvel. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.

  11. Hidden 3D

    Hidden 3D (2011)


    Hidden 3D is an Italian-Canadian horror film directed by Antoine Thomas and produced by Caramel Films. It was filmed in Italy and Canada over the Summer and Fall of 2010. Hidden 3D was filmed in both 2D and 3D Technologies.

  12. The Sheltering Sky

    The Sheltering Sky (1990)


    The Sheltering Sky is a 1990 British-Italian drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci starring Debra Winger and John Malkovich. The film is based on the 1949 novel by Paul Bowles (who narrates the film and appears in a cameo role) about a couple who journey to northern Africa in the hopes of rekindling their marriage but soon fall prey to the dangers that surround them.

  13. Ulysses

    Ulysses (1954)


    Ulysses (1955) is an adventure film based on Homer's epic poem Odyssey. The movie was made by director Mario Camerini, who co-wrote the screenplay with writer Franco Brusati. The original choice for director was Georg Wilhelm Pabst who quit at the last minute. The cinematographer Mario Bava co-directed it (uncredited).

  14. The Bermuda Triangle

    The Bermuda Triangle (1978)


    The Bermuda Triangle (Spanish: El Triángulo diabólico de las Bermudas, Italian: Il triangolo delle Bermude, also known as The Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle and Devil's Triangle of Bermuda) is a 1978 sci-fi film written and directed by René Cardona Jr..

  15. Legend of the Lost

    Legend of the Lost (1957)


    Legend of the Lost is a 1957 Italian-American adventure film produced and directed by Henry Hathaway, shot in Technirama by Jack Cardiff, and starring John Wayne, Sophia Loren, and Rossano Brazzi. The location shooting for the film took place near Tripoli, Libya.

  16. Andy Warhol's Dracula

    Andy Warhol's Dracula (1974)


    Blood for Dracula (Italian: Dracula cerca sangue di vergine e...mori di sete!!!, literally "Dracula is searching for virgins' blood, and... he's dying of thirst!") is a 1974 Italian-French horror film written and directed by Paul Morrissey and produced by Andy Warhol, Andrew Braunsberg, and Jean Yanne. It stars Udo Kier, Joe Dallesandro, Maxime McKendry, Stefania Casini, Arno Juerging and Vittorio De Sica. Roman Polański appears in a cameo.

  17. L'insegnante

    L'insegnante (1975)


    L'insegnante (internationally released as The School Teacher and Sexy Schoolteacher) is a 1975 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Nando Cicero. The film had a great commercial success and generated an "Insegnante" film series, that consists of six titles, three of them starred by Edwige Fenech in the main role. L'insegnante represents the first role of weight for Alvaro Vitali, that in a short time would became a star of the genre. Fenech reprises the name of Giovanna from her previous box-office hit Giovannona Long-Thigh. The film was followed by The Schoolteacher Goes to Boys' High.

  18. Les Misérables

    Les Misérables (1958)


    Les Misérables is a 1958 French-East German-Italian film adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel released in France on March 12, 1958. Written by Michel Audiard and René Barjavel, the film was directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois. It stars Jean Gabin as Jean Valjean.

  19. Sessomatto

    Sessomatto (1973)


    Sessomatto (internationally released as How Funny Can Sex Be?) is a 1973 Italian anthology comedy film directed by Dino Risi. All the episodies have sex and sexual perversions as main theme.

  20. The Exchange Student

    The Exchange Student (1967)


    Les grandes vacances is a FrenchItalian comedy movie from 1967, directed by Jean Girault, written by Jean Girault, and starring by Louis de Funès.

  21. The Loves of Hercules

    The Loves of Hercules (1960)


  22. La mandragola

    La mandragola (1965)


    The Mandrake (Italian: La Mandragola; also called Mandragola: The Love Root) is a 1965 Franco-Italian co-production directed by Alberto Lattuada and based on the eponymous 16th-century play by Italian author Niccolò Machiavelli. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Costume Design.

  23. Sandra

    Sandra (1965)


    Vaghe stelle dell'Orsa is a 1965 Italian film directed by Luchino Visconti. It was released as Sandra (Of a Thousand Delights) in the USA and as Of These Thousand Pleasures in the UK.

  24. Tentacles

    Tentacles (1977)


    Tentacles (Italian title: Tentacoli) is a 1977 Italian-American horror film directed by Ovidio G. Assonitis and starring John Huston, Shelley Winters, Bo Hopkins and Henry Fonda.

  25. A Policewoman on the Porno Squad

    A Policewoman on the Porno Squad (1979)


    La poliziotta della squadra del buon costume (internationally released as A Policewoman on the Porno Squad) is a 1979 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. It is the sequel of Tarantini's La poliziotta fa carriera and it is followed by La poliziotta a New York.

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