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La vita semplice (1946) Online
Original Title :
La vita semplice
Genre :
Movie
Year :
1946
Directror :
Francesco De Robertis
Cast :
Luciano De Ambrosis,Giulio Stival,Anna Bianchi
Writer :
Francesco De Robertis,Francesco De Robertis
Type :
Movie
Rating :
7.0/10
La vita semplice (1946) Online

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Credited cast:
Luciano De Ambrosis Luciano De Ambrosis - Mao
Giulio Stival Giulio Stival - Giulio Caldri
Anna Bianchi Anna Bianchi - Migia
Maurizio D'Ancora Maurizio D'Ancora - Toto Bressan
Gino Cavalieri Gino Cavalieri - Marco Bressan
Guido Zago Guido Zago - Bepi
Egisto Olivieri Egisto Olivieri - Il professore
Mario Sailer Mario Sailer - Andrea
Renato Malavasi Renato Malavasi - Egisto
Anna Mancini Anna Mancini - Bianca (as Anna Maria Mancini)
Angelo Dessy Angelo Dessy - L'autista del motoscafo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlo Micheluzzi Carlo Micheluzzi
Giuseppe Zago Giuseppe Zago

The movie was the second film to be shot in Venice during what is known as the Republic of Salò (when Mussolini was deposed and the country occupied by the Germans) and when all cinematic activity was transferred north, as Italy's main studio facilities (Cinecittà) were situated in Rome, which was occupied. It is very difficult nowadays to find any information about any of the films produced during the Republic of Salò and it is virtually impossible to find any prints at all. Most of the documentation available about Italian cinema also seems to exclude these films on purpose; most critics even dismiss the fact that any cinematic activity even took place in Venice during the last years of the war. It is clear that this particularly difficult period has always been looked at from a political point of view and the result is that political debates over the years have simply erased over twenty films. It is probably true that most of the personnel who worked in Venice in 1944-45 were fascist sympathizers but some others just wanted to resume their career in films despite the political upheavals. Whatever the case may be, no other details other than the ones already displayed, are now available about the film.

The movie was shot in Venice during what is known in History as the Republic of Salò (when Mussolini was deposed and the country occupied by the Germans) and when all cinematic activity was transferred north, as Italy's main studio facilities (Cinecittà) were situated in Rome, which was occupied. It is very difficult nowadays to find any information about any of the films produced during the Republic of Salò and it is virtually impossible to find any prints at all. Most of the documentation available about Italian cinema also seems to exclude these films on purpose; most critics even dismiss the fact that any cinematic activity even took place in Venice during the last years of the war. It is clear that this particularly difficult period has always been looked at from a political point of view and the result is that political debates over the years have simply erased over twenty films. It is probably true that most of the personnel who worked in Venice in 1944-45 were fascist sympathizers but some others just wanted to resume their career in films despite the political upheavals. Whatever the case may be, no other details other than the ones already displayed, are now available about the film.

Unlike most films produced in Italy in 1944-45 during the Republic of Salò, this movie was more or less distributed normally. It was released in 1946.


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