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Ten Commandments (1945)
"I dieci comandamenti" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  August 1945 (Italy)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marina Berti ...
(segment "Non desiderare la roba d'altri")
Carlo Campanini ...
(segment "Non desiderare la roba d'altri")
Delia Brandi ...
(segment "Non desiderare la roba d'altri")
Amedeo Nazzari ...
(segment "Non desiderare la donna d'altri")
Germana Paolieri ...
(segment "Non desiderare la donna d'altri")
Elisa Cegani ...
(segment "Non dire falsa testimonianza")
Claudio Gora ...
(segment "Non dire falsa testimonianza")
Assia Noris ...
(segment "Non rubare")
Otello Toso ...
(segment "Non rubare")
Carlo Romano ...
(segment "Non rubare")
(segment "Non commettere atti impuri")
Loretta Lisi ...
(segment "Non commettere atti impuri")
Roldano Lupi ...
(segment "Non ammazzare")
Delia Orman ...
(segment "Non ammazzare")
Nino Pavese ...
(segment "Non ammazzare")


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The film was shot in Rome in 1944-45 during what is known in History as the Republic of Salò (when Mussolini was deposed and the country occupied by the Germans). At that time, all cinematic activity was transferred north (Venice) but many actors and technicians refused to go. This film was specifically produced to provide work for all those who decided to stay in Rome. All personel working on this production was able to obtain work permit from the Vatican as the film was produced by PROFIR (Produzzione Film Religiosi), a Catholic production house closely linked with the catholic church. Those unable to acquire work permits had no choice but to work clandestinely, this is the case of other productions like Quartetto pazzo (1945)and Circo equestre Za-bum (1944). See more »

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