Two Women (1960) was a Drama - War Film directed by Vittorio de Sica and produced by Carlo Ponti.
The film was based on the novel of the same name written by Alberto Moravia published in 1958.
Academy Awards 1961 --- Ceremony Number 34 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Sophia Loren||Won|
Two Women (1961): Sophia Loren in Her Mother TongueBy 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 7, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Sophia Loren is an extraordinary treasure of the cinema.?We know her from numerous Hollywood pictures but there’s something especially gratifying about hearing her in her mother tongue. It’s not that she is necessarily less herself in a picture like Houseboat, speaking English dialogue, ... Read full article
Two Women (1960)By Beatrice on Feb 21, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Two Women (La Ciociara) Directed by Vittorio De Sica Written by Cesare Zavattini and Vittorio De Sica from a novel Alberto Moravia 1960/Italy/France Compagnia Cinematographica Champion, Cocinor, etc. Repeat viewing/Cinefest Free Trial on Amazon The story is set in the days and weeks following the... Read full article
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English Soldier: There are lots of good things in Italy.
Michele Di Libero: You don't know Italy.
English Soldier: Oh, we know Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo.
Michele Di Libero: They are dead.
Cesira: Do you know what they have done those "heroes" that you command? Do you know what your great soldiers have done in a holy church under the eyes of the madonna? Do you know?
American Soldier: Peace, peace.
Cesira: Yes, peace, beautful peace! You ruined my little daughter forever! Now she's worse than dead. No, I'm not mad, I'm not mad! Look at her! And tell me if I am mad! Rotten crazy bastards!
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Italian censorship visa #33469 delivered on 26 November 1960.
The Movieland Wax Museum (Buena Park, California) chose a scene from this movie for its depiction of their Sophia Loren wax figurine, specifically, the post-rape scene, where she holds her daughter (i.e., "Now she's worse than dead!")
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