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Vittorio DE SICA
Витторио ДЕ СИКА
Vittorio DE SICA
 
USSR / France / Italy, 1970, 101 mn 
Colour, fiction

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 Les Fleurs du soleil

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Other titles : I girasoli (original title)
 
Directed by : Vittorio DE SICA (Витторио ДЕ СИКА)
Writing credits : Georgi MDIVANI (Георгий МДИВАНИ)
 
Cast
Marcello MASTROIANNI (Марчелло МАСТРОЯННИ) ...Antonio
Lyudmila SAVELYEVA (Людмила САВЕЛЬЕВА)
 
Other persons :
Writing credits : Tonino GUERRA, Cesare ZAVATTINI
Cast :
Sophia LOREN ... Giovanna
Galina ANDREYEVA ... Valentina, Soviet official
Anna CARENA ... Antonio's Mother
Oleg FYODOROV ... Young Russian worker (uncredited)
Produced by : Arthur COHN, Joseph E. LEVINE, Carlo PONTI
Original Music by : Henry MANCINI
Cinematography by Giuseppe ROTUNNO
Film Editing by : Adriana NOVELLI
Set Decoration by : Giantito BURCHIELLARO
Production : Mosfilm, Compagnia Cinematografica Champion, Les Films Concordia
 
Language : Italian, English, Russian

Plot synopsis
At the end of World War II, Giovanna, a war bride living near Milan refuses to accept that her husband, Antonio, missing on the Russian front, is dead. There's a flashback to their brief courtship near her hometown of Naples, his 12-day leave to marry her, ruses to keep from deployment, and the ultimate farewell. Some years after the war, still with no word from Antonio, Giovanna goes to Russia to find him, starting in the town near the winter battle when he disappeared. Armed with his photograph, what will she find?
Source : imdb.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Kyiv International Film Festival, Kiev (Ukraine), 2012
- Independant European Film Festival VOICES, Vologda (Russia), 2011


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