C'eravamo tanto amati We all loved each other so much / story and screenplay by Age-Scarpelli-Scola ; produced by Pio Angeletti and Adriano de Micheli ; directed by Ettore Scola

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Subjects: Italy--History--1945---Drama
Feature films
Comedy films
Italian language--Study and teaching--Audio-visual aids
Italian language--Study and teaching--English speakers
Italian language--Films for English speakers
Formats: Video Recording, DVD
Material Type: Projected medium -- Monograph
Language: Italian, English, Summary is in Italian, Summary is in English
Audience: General
Edition: Widescreen
Published: Provo, Utah : Brigham Young University, c2001
Series: Foreign language through feature films
LC Classification: P, PN
Physical Description: 1 videodisc (124 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternate Titles: Parallel title: We all loved each other so much
Additional Authors: Scola, Ettore, 1931-
Angeletti, Pio
De Micheli, Adriano
Gassman, Vittorio
Manfredi, Nino, 1921-
Sandrelli, Stefania
Brigham Young University
Notes: ISBN: 084252455X
In Italian with English subtitles
Videodisc release of a 1969 motion picture
Cast: Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Stephania Sandrelli
Credits: Director, Ettore Scola ; producers, Pio Angeletti, Adriano de Micheli ; screenplay, Age-Scarpelli-Scola ; photography, Claudio Cirillo ; music, Armando Trovaioli
Special DVD features: introductory essays in Italian and English about the film and the life of Ettore Scola; scene menus and synopses; verbatim Italian and English sub-titles; scene summary sub-titles in Italian and English
Summary: "In a retrospective allegory, Ettore Scola examines the lives of three resistance fighters and their transformation over thirty years. Each of these friends falls in love with the beautiful Luciana, an aspiring actress, testing the friendship and idealism they all shared. Throughout the story Scola pays tribute to the masters of Italian cinema by weaving classic film clips and iconic personalities into the background, as the film reveals which of the three friends remains true to the spirit of liberation they had once fought to achieve."--Container
OCLC Number: 48548299
ISBN/ISSN: 084252455X