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Germany Year Zero + L'Amore
  • Description

    Newly restored version of Roberto Rossellini’s closing part of his celebrated War Trilogy. Amidst the ruins of Berlin in the immediate post-war years a young boy, Edmund, attempts to support his family. This devastating portrait of an obliterated post-war Europe remains one of the most affecting films in the history of cinema.

    This new DVD edition also includes L’Amore (1948), Rossellini’s two-part anthology film which proved hugely controversial on its original release. The first part was co-scripted by Rossellini and Federico Fellini and stars Fellini as "Saint Joseph", who villainously impregnates "Nanni" (Anna Magnani), a disturbed peasant who believes herself to be the Virgin Mary. The second part is based on Jean Cocteau’s play La voix humaine.

    Features:

    • Newly restored presentations of Germany Year Zero and L’Amore
    • L’Amore (Roberto Rossellini, 1948, 70 mins): anthology film with sections written by Jean Cocteau and Federico Fellini, and starring Anna Magnani
    • Illustrated booklet with film notes and complete credits

    Cast and Crew:

    Directed by Roberto Rossellini.

    Starring Anna Magnani, Federico Fellini, Ernst Pittschau, Edmund Moeschke, Franz-Otto Krüger, Ingetraud Hinze, Erich Gühne

    Written by Federico Fellini and Jean Cocteau

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Anna Magnani
    Director:
    Roberto Rossellini
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    75 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1948

Germany Year Zero + L'Amore

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  • Description

    Newly restored version of Roberto Rossellini’s closing part of his celebrated War Trilogy. Amidst the ruins of Berlin in the immediate post-war years a young boy, Edmund, attempts to support his family. This devastating portrait of an obliterated post-war Europe remains one of the most affecting films in the history of cinema.

    This new DVD edition also includes L’Amore (1948), Rossellini’s two-part anthology film which proved hugely controversial on its original release. The first part was co-scripted by Rossellini and Federico Fellini and stars Fellini as "Saint Joseph", who villainously impregnates "Nanni" (Anna Magnani), a disturbed peasant who believes herself to be the Virgin Mary. The second part is based on Jean Cocteau’s play La voix humaine.

    Features:

    • Newly restored presentations of Germany Year Zero and L’Amore
    • L’Amore (Roberto Rossellini, 1948, 70 mins): anthology film with sections written by Jean Cocteau and Federico Fellini, and starring Anna Magnani
    • Illustrated booklet with film notes and complete credits

    Cast and Crew:

    Directed by Roberto Rossellini.

    Starring Anna Magnani, Federico Fellini, Ernst Pittschau, Edmund Moeschke, Franz-Otto Krüger, Ingetraud Hinze, Erich Gühne

    Written by Federico Fellini and Jean Cocteau

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Anna Magnani
    Director:
    Roberto Rossellini
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    75 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1948
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