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The Voyage (1974)
"Il viaggio" (original title)

 -  Drama | Romance  -  January 1977 (USA)
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Adriana De Mauro loves Cesar Braggi, but Cesar, honoring his father's dying wish, allows his brother, Antonio, to marry Adriana. As fate wills, Antonio dies in an automobile accident. ... See full summary »

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Cesare Braggi
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Antonio Braggi
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Adriana's Mother
Renato Pinciroli ...
Dr. Mascione
Daniele Vargas ...
Don Liborio - Lawyer
Sergio Bruni ...
Armando Gill
Ettore Geri ...
Rinaldo
Olga Romanelli ...
Clementina
Isabelle Marchall ...
Florist
Riccardo Mangano ...
Dr. Carlini
Annabella Incontrera ...
Simona
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Antonio Anelli ...
Luca Bonicalzi
Francesco Lauriano ...
Lawyer assistant (as Franco Lauriano)
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Adriana De Mauro loves Cesar Braggi, but Cesar, honoring his father's dying wish, allows his brother, Antonio, to marry Adriana. As fate wills, Antonio dies in an automobile accident. Adriana's mourning for Antonio ends when Cesar steps in to rekindle her lust of life. Soon, Adriana begins having dizzy spells. Cesar helps her to a specialist, and the diagnosis is not good. She has an incurable disease. For the rest of their time together, Cesar woos Adriana and eventually proposes to her on a gondola. Yet, for some reason or other, Signora De Mauro, Adriana's mother, is not pleased with the relationship and argues bitterly with Cesar. Written by alfiehitchie

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Final film directed by Vittorio De Sica. See more »

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Unlikely but flavorful costume tearjerker

If you can accept Richard Burton as an Italian, if you can believe that the strappingly healthy Sophia Loren is actually delicate and dying, and if you can take a plot based on needless misunderstandings, then you should enjoy the sunny photography, elegant period decor and sincere performances here. It's soft-centered, but Vittorio De Sica manages to work up a genuine romantic glow.


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