• 电影名称 La notte di San Lorenzo

  • 中文名称 圣洛伦索之夜
  •  类型  戏剧 / 战争
  •  国家  意大利
  •  语言  意大利语
  •  时长  1 hr 45 min (105 min)
  • 上映时间 16 September 1982 (Italy)
The Night of the Shooting Stars is the semi-autobiographical recollection bythe Taviani Brothers of the night when a group of peasants in a small Tuscanvillage left their homes that had been mined by the Fascists to look forliberating American soldiers rumored to be on the outskirts. Set on thenight...
If you want to know how Italians lived and felt in theSecond World War, how they managed the terror, you haveto watch this movie.Have you imagined your neighbors collaborating with theNazi-Fascist army? Have you imagined can't trustingin your relatives? Have you imagined yourself being chasedand hav...
This film is an eye-opening look at Italian life during WWII. Itreminds me of the stories my grandfather tells me of his life in 1930sFlorence during the war, "We didn't have money for anything, not evenwater. The rich had it all." This movie shows us the sparseness oftheir lives, and the things tha...
The night of August 10th, when the feast of St. Lawrence is observed,is the time of the year when meteor showers can be observed in the sky.It has been a tradition in the western culture that wishing for a favorwhen watching the falling stars in the sky is a way to ask for love,riches and luck. The ...
For a different perspective of WWII, one should watch this essential,beautiful film. Of all the many pictures out there that deal with thistragedy, this is one I would consider necessary viewing. Amid the pain andtragedy of war, there are moments of poetry and beauty seen through a youngchild's eyes...
My romance with Italian cinema dates from my childhood. Maybe it has asubliminal link with my mother's name from Calabria (Torchia), but Iremember all those cinematic images and sounds as things very far yetfamiliar, and I identified with the passion, the laughter, and thecadence in the voices of al...
If you watch this movie you will note the importance of American fightfor freedom on II World War. Italy was in a civil war, partigianiagainst fascists, cousins against cousins. The Taviani brothers bringon marvelous Toscany landscape all the pain of battles. The anatomy andcruelty of the war, the m...
The fraternal filmmaking team of Paolo and Vittorio Taviani recall theclosing days of World War II with mingled affection and pain, lookingback at the fate of one small northern Italian village (ostensiblytheir own childhood home) set in the path of opposing armies. Combiningtheir typically lyrical ...
Set during the last year of the Second World War where village peasantsfleefrom the nasty Germans. They attempt to make their way to the AmericanArmywho have just landed in for the rescue. The journey for these peasantsbecome an ordeal but their lust for life allows them to survive. A filmfilled wit...
Rapturous. A movie full of risks, yet steered with a completelyconfident hand. A small town in 1944 Italy is caught in the last stagesof World War II; it is rumored that the American army is approaching toliberate them, and the Fascists holding the town have tightened theirgrip in response, mining a...
WWII is ending, and the occupying German forces intend to blow up avillage before the approaching Americans get there. Half of thevillagers decide to escape, so they sneak out of town to look for theAmericans while hiding in wheat fields and fighting fascists.The movie is narrated by a woman who was...
Great pictures and memorable details will convince all viewers, thatthis movie is a depiction of personal memories above anything else. Butfrom a dramatic point of view I never felt anything during the film. Ihonestly didn't give a damn about the characters, since I never felt Igot to know anything ...
Also know as The Night of the Shooting Stars in some cases, thisItalian film I found in the book of 1001 Movies You Must See Before YouDie was one had knew nothing about in terms of the concept, but I wasvery much looking forward to crack into. Basically, set during the endof World War II, 1944 in I...
There are many ways to portrait war, and the Tavianis choose a verycircuitous one: By showing it through the eyes of a group of refugees -who, naturally, try to stay away from the fights as much as possible.Many of those refugees are real characters, with little stories oftheir own, so it's less a f...
I recently spent two weeks near San Miniato (home town of the directorsand setting for the film), so part of this film's charm for me was torevisit the beautiful Tuscan countryside. But it is also a movingportrayal of a painful moment in Italian history, as the advancingAllies, the retreating German...
i don't agree with the last statement re the professionalism of theactors in this piece.open city had non professionals in it alsoi liked and enjoyed gal vino who was also in other taviani moviesnotably padre pa drone Italian actors look like people and not prettyfaces that are rampant in American H...
In the World War II, part of the citizens of the Italian Tuscan town of SanMartino decide to leave their homes in the night of San Lorenzo, escapingfrom the Germans, and searching for the Americans. In the way, they fightagainst the Fascists, and most of them survive. The story is told by thecharact...
There is nothing surer than how photogenic Tuscany is during either dayor night. I'm very familiar with the present-day Arno River locales andpeople who live there. So I expected a fine film, if not something torave about. Spoiler alert: Nothing is fine about Night Of The Shooting Stars. It'sgood tr...
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