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    Two Women (Italian: La ciociara [la tʃoˈtʃaːra], rough literal translation "The Woman from Ciociaria") is a 1960 war drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica from a screenplay he co-wrote with Cesare Zavattini, based on the 1957 novel of the same name by Alberto Moravia. The film stars Sophia Loren, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Eleonora ...

  2. Two Women: Directed by Vittorio De Sica. With Sophia Loren, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Eleonora Brown, Carlo Ninchi. In the Italy of WWII, a widow and her lonely daughter seek for distance between them and the horrors of war.

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    • Sophia Loren, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Raf Vallone
  3. 13 giu 2020 · Two Women 1960 is a classic Italian film directed by Vittorio De Sica and starring Sophia Loren and Jean-Paul Belmondo. It tells the story of a mother and daughter who struggle to survive the ...

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  4. Two Women, Italian film drama, released in 1961, that earned Sophia Loren an Academy Award for best actress—the first Oscar ever given for a performance in a foreign-language movie. Two Women —which was based on the novel by Alberto Moravia—is a tale of survival in war-torn Italy in the early 1940s.

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  5. Two women (1960) - CinemaItaliaUK. VITTORIO DE SICA. Drama - Italy, France, 100' - (15) | Italian Language - English Subtitles. Two Women tells the story of a young widow, Cesira (Sophia Loren) and her 12 year old daughter who flee war-ravaged Rome to Cesira’s native village in Ciociaria.

  6. Movie Info. During World War II, Italian widow Cesira (Sophia Loren) must leave Rome with her devout daughter when the city comes under attack by Allied forces. The pair flee to a small village,...

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  7. 17 feb 2020 · Issue 93. Vittorio De Sica’s wartime drama La ciociara ( Two Women, 1960) had a decidedly peculiar genesis. Adapted from a 1957 novel by Alberto Moravia, with a script by De Sica’s long-time collaborator Cesare Zavattini, the film was based on real-life events that took place in Italy in 1943 – later dubbed the Marocchinate ...