(1954) Directed by Roberto Rossellini. Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders, Maria Mauban. (97 min.) DCP.
In the shadow of a dormant volcano, a bored married couple, searching for reasons to be irritated with one another, travel to Naples to sell a family villa. Ingrid Bergman’s passion for serious filmmaking, and director Roberto Rossellini, caused her to abandon Hollywood glitz for neorealism at the height of her career.
“Rossellini’s finest fiction film . . . a crucial work, truthful and mysterious” (Chicago Reader).
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