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Journey to Italy (1953) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Roberto Rossellini and produced by Roberto Rossellini.

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Journey to Italy (Written by Carole MacLeod, Guest at The Wonderful World of Cinema)

By Virginie Pronovost on Aug 29, 2017 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

The following review of Journey to Italy has been written by Carole MacLeod, guest at The Wonderful World of Cinema, for the 3rd Wonderful Ingrid Bergman Blogathon. *** Thank you for letting me be part of the third annual Ingrid Bergman blogathon. I?ve been intrigued by Ingrid since I was ten, and ... Read full article


Journey to Italy (1954)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 3, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Journey to Italy is the splintering of a relationship where the slivers of bitterness begin to wedge themselves under the skin. It’s like slow, painful, nagging torture. Roberto Rosselini’s noted romance film feels like the antithesis of Roman Holiday. It avoids the other films bustling ... Read full article


Journey to Italy (1954)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 3, 2016 From 4 Star Films

Journey to Italy is the splintering of a relationship where the slivers of bitterness begin to wedge themselves under the skin. It’s like slow, painful, nagging torture. Roberto Rossellini’s noted romance film feels like the antithesis of Roman Holiday. It avoids the other film’s b... Read full article


Journey to Italy (1954)

By Beatrice on Jan 12, 2016 From Flickers in Time

Journey to Italy (Viaggio en Italia) Directed by Roberto Rossellini Written by Vitelanio Brancati and Roberto Rossellini from a novel by Colette 1954/Italy/France Italia Films/Les Films Ariane etc. First viewing/Hulu #275 of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die Alexander ‘Alex’ Joy... Read full article


"Journey to Italy"

By Jeremy Carr on May 10, 2013 From Studies in Cinema

Roberto Rossellini had more than made a name for himself with the Neorealist trilogy of Rome, Open City (1945), Paisan (1946) and Germany Year Zero (1948), all masterful works of post-war cinema, but his career began to take a notable shift in the decade that followed. Aside from taking new narra... Read full article


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[first lines]
Alexander 'Alex' Joyce: Where are we?
Katherine Joyce: Oh, I don't know exactly.


Alexander 'Alex' Joyce: Are you sure you know when I'm happy?
Katherine Joyce: No, ever since we left on this trip I'm not so sure. I realised for the first time that we... we're like strangers.
Alexander 'Alex' Joyce: That's right. After eight years of marriage, it seems like we don't know anything about each other.
Katherine Joyce: At home everything seemed so perfect, but now that we're away, alone...
Alexander 'Alex' Joyce: Yes, it's a strange discovery to make.


[last lines]
Katherine Joyce: Tell me. I want to hear you say it.
Alexander 'Alex' Joyce: Alright, I love you.


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