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Journey to Italy


  1. Directed by: Roberto Rossellini
  2. Produced by: Roberto Rossellini
    Adolfo Fossataro
    Alfredo Guarini
  3. Written by: Vitaliano Brancati
    Roberto Rossellini
    Colette
    Antonio Pietrangeli
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Enzo Serafin
  6. Editing by: Jolanda Benvenuti
  7. Release Date: 1954
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

While visiting Naples to close the estate of a deceased relative, two middle-aged sophisticates are forced to acknowledge the tenuous condition of their marriage. Roberto Rossellini moved his camera outside of the studio and into natural light, using documentary techniques to turn the rubble-strewn, post-war Italian landscape into objects of contemplation and reverence. (See Abbas Kiarostami's recent and equally brilliant Certified Copy for a thoughtful and inventive homage to Viaggio in Italia.) - Darren Hughes


  1. Directed by: Roberto Rossellini
  2. Produced by: Roberto Rossellini
    Adolfo Fossataro
    Alfredo Guarini
  3. Written by: Vitaliano Brancati
    Roberto Rossellini
    Colette
    Antonio Pietrangeli
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Enzo Serafin
  6. Editing by: Jolanda Benvenuti
  7. Release Date: 1954
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix

While visiting Naples to close the estate of a deceased relative, two middle-aged sophisticates are forced to acknowledge the tenuous condition of their marriage. Roberto Rossellini moved his camera outside of the studio and into natural light, using documentary techniques to turn the rubble-strewn, post-war Italian landscape into objects of contemplation and reverence. (See Abbas Kiarostami's recent and equally brilliant Certified Copy for a thoughtful and inventive homage to Viaggio in Italia.) - Darren Hughes

While visiting Naples to close the estate of a deceased relative, two middle-aged sophisticates are forced to acknowledge the tenuous condition of their marriage. Roberto Rossellini moved his camera outside of the studio and into natural light, using documentary techniques to turn the rubble-strewn, post-war Italian landscape into objects of contemplation and reverence. (See Abbas Kiarostami's recent and equally brilliant Certified Copy for a thoughtful and inventive homage to Viaggio in Italia.) - Darren Hughes


  1. Directed by: Roberto Rossellini
  2. Produced by: Roberto Rossellini
    Adolfo Fossataro
    Alfredo Guarini
  3. Written by: Vitaliano Brancati
    Roberto Rossellini
    Colette
    Antonio Pietrangeli
  4. Music by:
  5. Cinematography by: Enzo Serafin
  6. Editing by: Jolanda Benvenuti
  7. Release Date: 1954
  8. Running Time: 97
  9. Language: English, Italian

Clips

  1. A&F Discussion Thread
  2. IMDb.com
  3. Wikipedia
  4. Netflix
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