Staying near Naples where they've come to sell an inherited property, English Alex (George Sanders) and wife Katherine (Ingrid Bergman, the director's then-wife) run into friends, tensions soon revealed, early in Roberto Rossellini's Journey To Italy, 1954.
Now killing time at the near-Naples villa inherited from his ex-pat uncle, disharmonious couple Alex (George Sanders) and Katherine (Ingrid Bergman, married at the time to the director) have another chilly exchange, in Roberto Rossellini's Journey To Italy, 1954.
Young Edmund (Edmund Meschke) having fallen in with a tougher post-war Berlin street crowd, spends the whole night out as he scrambles for food for his struggling family, in Roberto Rosselini's Germany Year Zero, 1947.
Young Edmund (Edmund Meschke) has been lured-in by lecherous former schoolteacher and still-Nazi Henning (Erich Guhne), who plans to use him to raise some cash off Allied soldiers touring post-war Berlin, in Roberto Rossellini's Germany Year Zero, 1947.
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