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AVANTI A LUI TREMAVA TUTTA ROMA
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AVANTI A LUI TREMAVA TUTTA ROMA

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Product ID: 8032134050073
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DIRECTOR: Carmine Gallone
CAST: Anna Magnani, Gino Sinimberghi, Edda Albertini, Elisabetta Barbato, Tito Gobbi, Giulio Neri, Hans Hinrich
DVD RELEASED: 2011
MOVIE RELEASED: 1946
GENRE: Drama, Nostalgia
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
DURATION: 110 minutes
FORMAT: Region 2 PAL System DVD
LANGUAGE: Italian & English
SUBTITLES: Italian
SPECIAL FEATURE: Black & White

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Ada, un'affermata cantante lirica, fa involontariamente scoprire ai soldati nazisti che il suo compagno tenore Marco nasconde un soldato inglese nella sua villa. Pronti ad arrestare gli artisti al termine della rappresentazione della Tosca, i militari della Gestapo dovranno però fare i conti con i macchinisti del teatro, che hanno ingegnosamente preparato una via di fuga per i loro colleghi...

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
"Before Him All Rome Trembled": is a 1946 Italian musical war melodrama film directed by Carmine Gallone and starring Anna Magnani, Tito Gobbi and Hans Hinrich. Ado and Marco are a pair of opera singers, who moonlight working for the Italian resistance at the time of the German occupation of Rome during the Second World War. They are sheltering a British soldier with whom they make contact with the advancing Allied forces. Sylistically the film is a hybrid between filmed performances of opera, and a neorealistic resistance melodrama. The title refers to Giacomo Puccini's "Tosca", which is performed during the film.
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