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Tomorrow Is Too Late (1950)

Domani è troppo tardi (original title)
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Professor Landi
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Signorina Anna, teacher
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Headmistress
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Mirella (as Anna M. Pierangeli)
Gino Leurini ...
Franco
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Giannina
Armando Migliari ...
Headmaster
Olga Solbelli ...
Signora Giusti
Lauro Gazzolo ...
Signor Giusti
Ave Ninchi ...
Signora Berardi
Carlo Romano ...
Signor Barrardi
Maria Giuseppina Ferrandi ...
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Lina Marengo ...
Serafina
Lucia Riccardo ...
Lilli
Patrizia Corsi Rota ...
Bianca
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21 September 1950 (Italy)  »

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Referenced in The Glass Wall (1953) See more »

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tomorrow is too late
29 July 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was taken to this Italian film in my native home and it was really touching as I was about Mirella's age.Thoughts of boys and their reaction on us girls were varied amongst my school chums (all girls).We had some knowledge of human conception and I remember the scene when Mirella or the friend asked the adult whether sitting on the toilet seat could cause a pregnancy. The audience did laugh. After the film I tried to write the story in full,but with difficulties with transition from Tamil to English in Form 1 as was then in the 1950s. My prowess in writing did not take off. Vittorio de Sica was a well known director and his films notably Bicycle Thieves were a huge hit and his films were shown in the smaller cinemas in my city, and at Film Festival events.


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