Roberto Rossellini in 1956 realized with Jacob Levi Moreno this Psico-Movie (never transmitted) for France TV. It was the prototype of the italian format Da Storia Nasce Storia (1991) by Ottavio Rosati broadcasted many years later by italian television Rai3. The historical meeting of 1956 was organized in Paris by A. A. Schutzenberger and revealed to Jacob Levi Moreno a particularly congenial acting technique for a potential new didactic tv. Director of photography a very young Claude Lelouch. In 2018 Italy has finally found the Moreno/Rossellini experiment disappeared for years in the RTF archives and has produced the digital restoration of the film with the Archivio Nazionale Cinema Impresa, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia di Roma and Institut National of l'Audiovisuel, in collaboration with Museo Moreno directed by Marco Greco. In 2019 Istituto Luce Cinecittà has published the DVD with subtitles and a booklet in three languages with articles and comments by Adriano Aprà, ...
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The archetype in common between Storia del treno e del passaggio a livello
(2012) and Le Psychodrame
(1956) is the the Secret Meaning of Time, in the sense explored by M. L. Von Franz (a pupil who was as important to Jung as A. A. Schutzenberger was to Moreno). Another coincidence between the Moreno's psychodrama directed by Rossellini in Paris and the italian psychodrama from Da Storia Nasce Storia
(1991) is that both have been made public in the form of videos in the same year (2018). Because RTF never transmitted Rossellini's film, considering it difficult for a TV audience. See more
Remade as Psychodrame d'un mariage