Martin Scorsese talks about his childhood growing up watching movies.
In a very personal documentary, famed director Martin Scorsese takes viewers through a history of Italian cinema and it's filmmakers including Federico Fellini, Roberto Rossellini and Luchino Visconti.
Ingrid Bergman plays a Lithuanian refugee who finds the landscape of her fisherman husband's native island to be as hostile as its inhabitants.
Following expansive war montage footage, and having taken their first civilian prisoners, footloose soldiers Ulysses (Albert Juross) and Michelangelo (Marino Mase) encounter an officer, then seek a nice spot for an execution, in Jean-Luc Godard's Les carabiniers, 1963.
Teresa Ricci as sister Gilberte, informing Pierre Arditi (title character) of their father's departure for a witch trial, which he also attends, Anne Cabrile the accused, Christian De Sica (Vittorio's son) her prosecutor, in Roberto Rossellini's TV movie Blaise Pascal, 1972.
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