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Two Women (22-Dec-1960)

Original Title: La ciociara

Director: Vittorio De Sica

Writer: Cesare Zavattini

From novel: La ciociara by Alberto Moravia

Commento Musicale di: Armando Trovajoli

Producer: Carlo Ponti

Keywords: Drama, WWII

A widowed mother and her 13-year-old daughter leave Rome on the cusp of the Allied invasion of Italy. They reach her home village of Ciociaria, where she meets Michele, a young intellectual. Magnificent wartime tragedy won Sophia Lauren the Academy Award for Best Actress.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jean-Paul Belmondo
Actor
9-Apr-1933   Itineraire d'un Enfant Gate
Sophia Loren
Actor
20-Sep-1934   La Ciociara
Raf Vallone
Actor
17-Feb-1916 31-Oct-2002 The Greek Tycoon

CAST

Sophia Loren   ...   Cesira
with
Jean-Paul Belmondo   ...   Michele
Eleonora Brown   ...   Rosetta
Carlo Ninchi   ...   Michele's Father
Andrea Checchi   ...   Fascist
Pupella Maggio   ...   Farmer
Emma Baron   ...   Maria
Bruna Cealti   ...   Supporting Cast
Antonella Della Porta   ...   Supporting Cast
Mario Frera   ...   Supporting Cast
Franco Balducci   ...   Supporting Cast
Luciana Cortellesi   ...   Supporting Cast
Curt Lowens   ...   Supporting Cast
Tony Calio   ...   Supporting Cast
Remo Galavotti   ...   Supporting Cast
Elsa Mancini   ...   Supporting Cast
Giuseppina Ruggeri   ...   Supporting Cast
Luciano Pigozzi   ...   Supporting Cast
Luigi Terribile   ...   Supporting Cast
Antonio Gastaldi   ...   Supporting Cast
Carolina Carbonaro   ...   Supporting Cast
And With the Participation of
Raf Vallone   ...   Giovanni

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