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My Voyage to Italy (part two)
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My Voyage to Italy (part two) 2001

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My Voyage to Italy (part two) 2001 12

125 mins Italy Director. Martin Scorsese

The second part of Martin Scorsese’s deeply personal love letter to Italian cinema. As with his account of American filmmaking, Scorsese adopts a highly personal approach in looking at the greats of the Italian cinema, recalling how he first saw their movies in the 40s and 50s, often on TV. But that doesn’t prevent his affectionate comments on the work of Rossellini, De Sica, Visconti, Fellini and Antonioni from being enormously informative and insightful.

Directed by

Martin Scorsese

Featuring

Martin Scorsese

Genres

Documentary

Collection

Martin Scorsese Italian Classics Documentaries

Certificate

12 Contains moderate violence and sex references

Released

2001

Country

Italy

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