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La canzone dell'amore (1930)

 -  Drama  -  8 October 1930 (Italy)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dria Paola ...
Lucia
Isa Pola ...
Anna
Elio Steiner ...
Enrico
Mercedes Brignone ...
La governante
Camillo Pilotto ...
Alberto Giordani, il padre
Olga Capri ...
La padrona di casa
Nello Rocchi ...
Marietto detto 'Ninì'
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nino Altieri
Franco Cagnoni
Americo De Giorgio
Renato Malavasi
Gino Mercuriali
Umberto Sacripante ...
Amico di Enrico
Geni Sadero ...
La dirimpettaia
Franz Sala
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8 October 1930 (Italy)  »

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Silêncio Por Amor  »

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First sound film to be released in Italy. Alessandro Blasetti's 'Resurrectio' was in fact the first sound film produced in Italy, but it was only released in 1931. See more »

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Alternate-language version of La dernière berceuse (1931) See more »

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It's not a masterpiece, but...
10 July 2006 | by (Rome, Italy) – See all my reviews

it's really interesting the documentary side of this Righelli's work. In fact, after a few seconds with the screen black, the director, accompanied by the song which gives the name to the movie, begins filming some among the most beautiful monuments, churches and statues placed in the "eternal city". Unfortunately the main actress is terrible: her way to act is full of "birignao" typical on actress of that period. But Righelli let us know who learned very well the Russian lesson (Vertov among all): You can see especially in the sequence in which the young woman, after they took off away his son, thinks to commit suicide seeing the camera that goes down along the building from the roof to the street. If you ever have the occasion to see it, do it!


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