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(1929) 7.7 115 min 1965

Io la conoscevo bene is a movie starring Stefania Sandrelli, Mario Adorf, and Jean-Claude Brialy. Adriana, a naive Italian country girl, moves to Rome to become a movie star and experiences the dark side of the business.

Starring
Stefania Sandrelli, Jean-Claude Brialy, Mario Adorf, Joachim Fuchsberger
Genres
Drama
Director
Antonio Pietrangeli

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Antonio Pietrangeli
Writer Ruggero Maccari, Antonio Pietrangeli, Ettore Scola, Ettore Scola, Ruggero Maccari, Antonio Pietrangeli
Stars Stefania Sandrelli, Jean-Claude Brialy, Mario Adorf, Joachim Fuchsberger
Country West Germany, Italy, France
Also Known As Je la connaissais bien, Gnorisa ti thermi tou kormiou tis, I Knew Her Well, Jeg kjente henne godt, Conheço Bem Essa Moça, Tunsin hänet hyvin, Znałem ją dobrze, Ich habe sie gut gekannt, Yo la conocía bien
Runtime 1H 55M
Description Adriana, a naive Italian country girl, moves to Rome to become a movie star and experiences the dark side of the business.

Top reviews

Monday, 29 Jun 2020 23:11

The thing about this film that I find most interesting is the opening, where we are introduced to the main character, Dora, played by Eugenio Colli, and her father, a well-known Italian actor. As soon as he begins to tell us of his life, we know that we are in for a great ride. It is very poignant, because we see Dora's relationship with her father, and then, we see her family life, and then her relationship with her boyfriend, Giuseppe (Jean-Louis Trintignant), played by Enzo Parolini. We are introduced to the other two siblings, Trincenzo (Gianni Garko), played by Marcello Lippi, and Angelina (Vittoria Pappalardo), who is played by Rosa Calo. In the end, we see Dora, and then Giuseppe, and then Trincenzo and Angelina, and then we see the family life. Dora's relationship with Giuseppe is very powerful, because we are given insight into the importance of love, and the importance of family. Dora is shown as being a very good singer, and we learn that she is one of the best. We are shown her very good acting, as she is shown singing a number of songs, that include "Amore," "Tu c'e fattore," and "Corpo e oltre." I would love to know what the director was trying to get at, and I'm not sure that I do. I think that perhaps the director was trying to say that Dora and Giuseppe were one and the same, and that Dora was also very good at singing, and that Dora was also a very good actress. The music is very interesting, because it includes songs by Ennio Morricone, including "Fantasia," "Tropicana," and "Dolce Vita." I think that the music was very important to the film, because it is also important to the film's story. The music also tells us about the people in the film, because we hear the music and we hear what they are saying, and the music is important because it tells us who the characters are, and what they are saying. I think that the music was important because it was also important to the story. When the music is used, it also means that it is important to the story, and it also means that it is important to the story of Dora and Giuseppe. Overall, I would say that this is a great film, and I would give it an 8 out of 10. The music, the acting, the cinematography, and the story are all very good.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 10:40

It's an idea that has been talked about a lot in the last year or two. The idea that you don't have to be born into a wealthy or privileged family to benefit from the riches of the world. People have taken it as a life-long message that it's a sin not to be rich, to be educated, or to have good contacts. And as we've all heard it in the media, that's what's driving the rich-world's fight to keep the poor from getting a decent education. It's a powerful story, a brilliant film. But if you watch it without thinking, without thinking about its politics, you may have a hard time. The story takes place in a small town, at a football match, in the mountains of southern Italy. The father of the protagonist, a former football player, has died, and his son (Antonio Margheriti, a good actor) is left to take care of the house. He doesn't like to say that he's the son of a dead football player, but when he's asked by the audience if he's the son of a football player, he doesn't hesitate. He's a man who doesn't want to be a footballer, he's an engineer. The little boy has problems in school, and the school's reputation is very poor. So he becomes friends with a younger boy, and eventually the boy's mother, a lawyer, helps him. They have a child. The mother is a teacher, the father is a banker, and they're both trying to make ends meet. There's a lot of sex in the film, but you shouldn't be bothered by it. It's a well-made film. It's realistic. There are no characters with too much screen time, and it has a very good structure, but it's also very slow. It's a film that requires you to watch it, and it's not for everyone. If you're in the mood for a nice film that doesn't require a lot of thinking, go see it.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 10:04

The small town of Conceicao is a beautifully photographed backdrop of Italy. The town is full of people, both rich and poor, and the central theme is money. A woman, Gilda (Ilaria Reggio), makes the decision to leave her husband and children in the town to make her own way in life. She moves to a small village with her daughter, Lucina (Lara Oppi), and her best friend, Mavis (Lauren Ambrose), and their two children. The town, called Conceicao, is being run by the majority of its inhabitants. One of the residents is Father Theodore (Gregory Hines), a priest who is the leader of the town's sports club. He is a kind and gentle man, but also the head of a group of high school boys that have become friends and admire each other. Father Theodore has decided to help Lucina and Mavis and they decide to get involved in a race for the Olympic gold. At first, Gilda does not want to go to the Olympics, but when she finds out that her daughter has won the race, she is willing to go. The townspeople in Conceicao are looking for her to get the gold, but she seems to be in a rather unusual situation. While the townspeople do not believe that she is a witch, they think she is a beautiful woman, and want to marry her. Gilda is called into Father Theodore's office and she is told that she must run a race, and they will pay her the money for the gold. Gilda is very much against this idea, but she has to do it. The race begins, and the rest of the film consists of her running, racing, and having sex with a large man. In the end, she is able to run the race and the townspeople finally get their gold, and Gilda is happy. In the end, Gilda is happy. I would have liked the film to be longer, but it was a pretty good movie. The movie shows a lot of different aspects of the town and the people in it. There is a good amount of sex in the film, and there are many scenes of sexual situations. I think this film will appeal to a wide audience because it shows a lot of different people in the town, and that includes people who have come from the big city to live in a small town. It is very refreshing to see people in small towns. I liked this film because it shows a very different side of a town, and I would have liked to see the town portrayed in a different light.


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