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    Unique ID Code: 0000184514
    Added by: Stuart McLean
    Added on: 16/7/2017 08:41
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    Marriage Italian Style

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    aka Matrimonio a la italiana
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 101 Minutes
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    Content Type: Movie

    Rich shop owner Don Domenico (Marcello Mastroianni) meets 17-year old Filumena Maturano (Sophia Loren) in a Naples brothel during a Second World War air raid.

    He rescues her, sets her up as his mistress, and over the years exploits her ... She loves him dearly but is disillusioned when she finds he is having an affair with the shop's young cashier. To win him back, she stages her own death! … and when this doesn't work, she admits that she's the mother of three sons, one of whom is Domenico's; but she refuses to say which one! At long last he gives in and they finally get married. Loren gets her man!

    Special Features:

    “Sophia, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”: a candid, intimate interview with Sophia Loren, with exclusive footage of her family, close friends and collaborators such as Woody Allen, Giorgio Armani and others

    “Vittorio D”: Tribute to multi-awarded maestro filmmaker De Sica, a milestone of Cinema history. With interviews with Clint Eastwood, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh… etc

    •Separate Italian audio with new improved subtitles
    •Exclusive Documentary on Sophia Loren
    •Exclusive Documentary on Vittorio De Sica

    Video Tracks:
    1.85 : 1 Colour

    Audio Tracks:
    Italian 2.0 Uncompressed

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    Directed By:
    Vittorio De Sica

    Written By:

    Sophia Loren
    Marcello Mastroianni
    Aldo Puglisi |

    Soundtrack By:
    Armando Trovajoli

    Director of Photography:
    Roberto Gerardi

    Adriana Novelli

    Costume Designer:
    Piero Tosi

    Production Designer:
    Carlo Egidi

    Carlo Ponti

    Executive Producer:
    Joseph E. Levine

    Cult Films

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