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by Alberto Ferrari


Turin, a nice midsummer day in 1938: in his dim-lit study-room a 60 year old man on a wheel chair and with his right hand amputated, starts writing his memories: the "life of a stupid man who murdered his own wife". In Neaples in 1914 a young cavalry captain, Maurizio Della Morte, has a love affair with Donna Almerinda, young and beautiful wife of an aged Judge of the supreme Court, Francesco Ruglia. She lives this relation with a deep feeling of guilt.

original title: Tra due donne
country: Italy
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Alberto Ferrari
film run: 95'
release date: IT 13/07/2001
screenplay: Luigi Lunari, Alberto Ferrari
cast: Gianmarco Piacentini, Alessandra Casella, Francesca Giovannetti
cinematography by: Claudio Meloni
film editing: Ilaria Fraioli
art director: Simona Garotta
costumes designer: Patrizia Ciairano
music: Alessandro Boriani
producer: Giovanni Saulini
production: Icaro Produzioni
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà
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