Le notti di Cabiria
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No. Le Notti di Cabiria [English: Nights of Cabiria] is based on a screenplay by Italian director Frederico Fellini [1920-1993]..

Walking barefoot, whether in religious procession or on a pilgrimage, is a Christian sign of penitence --- that one is sorry for one's sins, and is trying to make up for them.

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