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Adelaide (1992)

Clara is a woman known for her beauty, her intelligence and her spirit. Loved and admired by all, already thinking with terror at the time of its decline. This is why she chooses a young ... See full summary »

Director:

Lucio Gaudino
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Cast

Credited cast:
Assumpta Serna ... Clara
Agnese Nano ... Adelaide
Andrea Prodan Andrea Prodan ... Federico
Helmut Berger ... Gilas
Philippe Leroy ... Koller
Massimo De Rossi Massimo De Rossi ... Nisco
Silvia Cohen Silvia Cohen
Anna Orso Anna Orso
Francesco Bonelli
Beatrice Palme Beatrice Palme
Franco Bertini Franco Bertini
Ida Eccher Ida Eccher
Cochi Ponzoni Cochi Ponzoni
Emidio La Vella
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Brigitte Christensen ... Del Drago
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Clara is a woman known for her beauty, her intelligence and her spirit. Loved and admired by all, already thinking with terror at the time of its decline. This is why she chooses a young lover, Federico, with the intention of making a happy man. He will have everything to her, learn from her every thing, the love for life, even when she is no longer so desirable. All goes well until the death of Captain Koller, the husband of Clara. Just finished the mourning period, the woman decides, against all convention, to regularize her position and marry Frederick. "They came to the mysteries of light that never no one could have imagined...". The film was shot mostly in Ariccia, in the province of Rome, at Palazzo Chigi.

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

26 May 1992 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Adelajda See more »

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"Adelaide" was shot (with breadcrumbs from the Italian State Film Funds) and was directed by Lucio Gaudino. It was inspired by a De Gobineau Novel
22 March 2017 | by lucianoderubempreSee all my reviews

"Adelaide" was shot (with breadcrumbs from the Italian State Film Funds) and was directed by Lucio Gaudino. It was inspired by a De Gobineau Novel. The film was screened in many international festivals. Gaudino's small jewel of a film is beautifully shot, well acted, and respects the 'feel' of the epoch. Anyone attracted to such material, should take the time, and trouble to track down the movie. Buona Visione!


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