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(4845) 7.8 116 min 1975

Pasqualino Settebellezze is a movie starring Giancarlo Giannini, Fernando Rey, and Shirley Stoler. The defense of honor, a strong value in Neapolitan society, and his effects on the life of everyman Pasquale Frafuso.

Starring
Shirley Stoler, Elena Fiore, Fernando Rey, Giancarlo Giannini
Genres
War, Comedy, Drama
Director
Lina Wertmüller

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres War, Comedy, Drama
Director Lina Wertmüller
Writer Lina Wertmüller
Stars Shirley Stoler, Elena Fiore, Fernando Rey, Giancarlo Giannini
Country Italy
Also Known As Zeven schoonheden, Pasqualino, Pasqualino das Sete Beldades, Sieben Schönheiten, Pascualino Siete Bellezas, Pasqualino: Seven Beauties, Syv skjønnheter, 七美人, Siete Bellezas, Pasqualino: Haft Khoshgel, Pasqualino Sete Belezas, セブンビューティーズ, Pasqualino Siete Bellezas, Mies joka osti elämänsä, Pasqualino Piękniś, Siedem piękności Pasqualino, Yedi Harika, Syv skønheder, O Pasqualino kai oi 7 kallones, Seven Beauties, Mannen som köpte sitt liv, Siete bellezas
Runtime 1H 56M
Description Pasqualino, an Italian everyman, deserts the army during World War II. Germans capture him and send him to a prison camp, where he does just about anything to survive. In lengthy flashbacks, we see him and his family of seven unattractive sisters (the seven beauties), his accidental murder of one sister's lover, his confession and imprisonment, his calculated switch to an asylum, his rape of a patient, and his volunteering to be a soldier to escape confinement. To the chagrin of his obese German captor, his weak and cowardly character enables him to survive the war and return to Naples where he has a plan to survive the next world catastrophe.

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Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 08:56

I'm a professional Italian film maker and have produced a couple of really great Italian films, none of which I can quite remember here. Most of my efforts have gone into telling the story of what I think would have been a great war epic in the making, but I can't help but wonder how it might have been. We are in a period of near-world-wide economic crisis. A mere two years before, the financial crash had led to severe economic turmoil in the United States. A big part of the world economy has been going down the toilet for years, and the financial collapse was just one of the things that led to the crisis. Italy had been in recession since the early 1970s, but this time it's much worse. The crisis has left the country in ruins. The economic collapse has been followed by an exodus of the old working class to the USA, a new middle class, and an ever increasing class of people from the middle class to the upper class. The bankers who wrecked the country have had their share of the blame for the economic crisis. But people, and a certain group of intellectuals, still have some culpability for the collapse. When the war began, most of Italy's intellectuals were in favor of going to war to end the war. They were good people and were in favor of ending the war as soon as possible. They wanted to liberate Italy from Nazi occupation, but they did not want to go to war to fight a war. They wanted to win the war, not to fight a war. They wanted to end the war. But now that the war has ended, the intellectuals are back, and in support of the war in the sense that they want to continue the war, but they don't want to go to war again. A lot of this film, of course, is a look back at what the intellectuals did and did not do. When they're not busy being smart, they can be pretty good people. When they are smart, they can be quite evil, but they're not nearly as evil as they were when they were smart. This film is based on the book The Intelligent Man's Guide to the Unjust War by Michael Daly, but it's not a fair account of what Daly did. Daly was a pacifist and he was a non-violent man, but he's not really depicted as a pacifist. Daly opposed the war in Vietnam, and he had reservations about going to war, but he did not want to see his country torn apart. He knew that it would be disastrous to bring the South Vietnamese into a civil war, but he wanted to do it, not because he wanted to bring down the hated enemies of his country, but because he wanted to bring peace to Italy. He was not some evil man, and I think that Daly has more respect for people like him than I do. There's a lot of movies about intellectuals and war. This one is not about intellectuals. It's about a war film. It's not a bad movie. It's actually a really good movie. It's a lot of fun, and it's a lot of fun to see the great cinematography of the Italian maestro Ennio Morricone. There's a great scene where he plays music over the phone and the text flashes. I also loved the way the film points out the injustices that were taking place in Italy, and I loved how the film points out that the intellectuals were complicit in what was happening. I think that the best thing about this movie is the character development. We get to see how the two great stars in the movie, Mario Trinca and Ennio Morricone, reacted to the economic crisis. We also see how the two were friends, and we see how they reacted to the economic crisis. It's really interesting how the two have changed over the years. When they're young, they're into the arts and into musicals, and we see how they were having a lot of fun playing classical music together, which they had a lot of fun doing. But in the end, they come to believe that the war is not necessary and that it would have been better to leave Italy to the American occupiers. It's a great movie that was made in the early 1980s. It's not an American War film, but it's a great war movie. It's also a great story, and it's a really good film. I recommend it to anyone who likes films about the intellectuals in World War II. It's a very enjoyable film that, although it has its flaws, has a lot of really great performances, including the performances of the two leads


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