Divorzio all'italiana (1961)
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Divorzio all'italiana (1961)


Genre
:
Comedy
Rating
:
8 / 10
Release Date
:
20 December 1961
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
1 : 44 minutes
Spoken Language
:
Italiano
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Ferdinando Cefalù is desperate to marry his cousin, Angela, but he is married to Rosalia and divorce is illegal in Italy. To get around the law, he tries to trick his wife into having an affair so he can catch her and murder her, as he knows he would be given a light sentence for killing an adulterous woman. He persuades a painter to lure his wife into an affair, but Rosalia proves to be more faithful than he expected.

Cast Overview :

Ferdinando Cefalù
by: Marcello Mastroianni
Rosalia Cefalù
by: Daniela Rocca
Angela
by: Stefania Sandrelli
Carmelo Patanè
by: Leopoldo Trieste
Don Gaetano Cefalù
by: Odoardo Spadaro
Sisina
by: Margherita Girelli
Agnese Cefalù
by: Angela Cardile
Rosario Mulè
by: Lando Buzzanca
Attorney De Marzi
by: Pietro Tordi
Don Calogero
by: Ugo Torrente
Priest
by: Antonio Acqua
Donna Matilde Cefalù
by: Bianca Castagnetta
Don Ciccio Matara
by: Giovanni Fassiolo
by: Ignazio Roberto Daidone
by: Francesco Nicastro
by: Edy Nogara
by: Renato Pinciroli
by: Daniela Igliozzi
Fifidda, moglie di Calogero
by: Laura Tomiselli
dottor Talamone
by: Saro Arcidiacono
un politico del PCI
by: Renzo Marignano

Member Reviews :

As a bizarre tribute to my mom on her 75th birthday and her 46-year-marriage to her only love, my father, who died in 2011, and to her subsequent loyalty and devotion, with stubborn refusal to even contemplate having another relationship, I decided to watch 'Divorce Italian Style'. It was hilarious and highly enjoyable. It certainly deserved its Oscar win for Best Screenplay, as well as its nominations that year both for Best Actor (Marcello Mastroianni) and Best Director (Pietro Germi). The latter tends to get thrown under the bus and ignored altogether when it comes to mentioning pivotal Italian directors of the period. Not so. Though this is thus far the only film of his I have seen, the guy--both in terms of script writing this comedy and behind the camera--is a sheer genius. Do yourself a favour and watch it today!
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