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Journey in Italy

A graceful depiction of an eroding marriage that reaches its crisis as the couple holiday in Southern Italy. Roberto Rossellini directed his then-wife, Ingrid Bergman along with George Sanders. A quietly absorbing film with engrossing and understated performances, it is now recognised as a key work in modern cinema, though it was not well-received on its release. The failure of this film is believed to have speeded Bergman's departure from England to Hollywood, and the subsequent split from her famous husband.

Year: 1954
Genre: Drama, Italian Cinema, Classic Drama, Classic Cinema
Country: France, Italy
Director: Roberto Rossellini
Starring: Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders, Maria Mauban, Paul Muller
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Foreign (Italy)

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