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Vanina Vanini (film)

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Vanina Vanini (film)

Vanina Vanini
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Film poster
Directed by Roberto Rossellini
Produced by Moris Ergas
Written by Diego Fabbri
Jean Gruault
Starring Sandra Milo
Music by Renzo Rossellini
Cinematography Luciano Trasatti
Editing by Daniele Alabiso
Distributed by Orsay Films
Zebra Film
Columbia Pictures(1979) (USA)
Running time minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Vanina Vanini also known as The Betrayer is a 1961 Italian drama film directed by Roberto Rossellini. It is based on Stendhal's 1829 novella of the same name.

Plot summary

Vanina Vanini, a bored, spoiled Roman countess, falls in love with a dedicated young patriot who is in Rome to assassinate a traitor to the brotherhood of the Free Masons.

Cast

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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