Miracolo a Milano

Directed by: Vittorio De Sica, , Italy, 1951

  • Genre: Neorealismus, Milano,
  • TV Tip:

Cast and Credits

Director Vittorio De Sica
Scenario Suso Cecchi d'Amico
Adolfo Franci
Cesare Zavattini
Story Cesare Zavattini [Novel "Tot˛ il Buono"]
Director of Photography G.R. Aldo
Camera Operator Gianni di Venanzo
Cast Guglielmo Barnab˛
Brunella Bovo [Edvige]
Francesco Golisano [Tot˛]
Emma Gramatica [Lolotta]
Paolo Stoppa [Rappi]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 91 minutes
Sound System: mono
Reviews in German: "Regisseur Vittorio de Sica schuf ein modernes Mńrchen voller wundersamer und
poetischer Ereignisse, bei dem aber die sozialkritischen T÷ne nicht fehlen."
"Ein wahrhaft wundervoller Film..." (Frankfurter Rundschau)
"Vittorio de Sica hat die formale Schlichtheit des sozial engagierten
Neorealismus hier um eine fantastische Note erweitert." (Stern TV-Magazin)

General Information

Miracolo a Milano is a motion picture produced in the year 1951 as a Italy production. The Film was directed by Vittorio De Sica, with Brunella Bovo, Francesco Golisano, Emma Gramatica, Paolo Stoppa, Guglielmo Barnab˛, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file;

References in Databases
KinoTV Database Nr. 2068

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