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1900 (1976) (DVD) (*)
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$20.99 $14.97

Original Title: Novecento
Alternate Title: Nineteen Hundred
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
Danish ( Subtitles )
Dutch ( Subtitles )
English ( Mono )
English ( Subtitles )
Finnish ( Subtitles )
French ( Mono )
French ( Subtitles )
German ( Mono )
German ( Subtitles )
Italian ( Mono )
Norwegian ( Subtitles )


Product Origin/Format:
Finland ( PAL/Region 2 )

Running Time:
302 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (1.85:1)

Special Features:
2-DVD Set
Anamorphic Widescreen
Interactive Menu
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 1976 and produced in:
France ( France, Benelux )
Germany ( Germany, Central Europe )
Italy ( Italy, Greece )


Directed By:
Bernardo Bertolucci


Written By:
Franco Arcalli
Bernardo Bertolucci


Actors:
Robert De Niro ..... Alfredo Berlinghieri
Gerard Depardieu ..... Olmo Dalco (as Gerard Depardieu)
Dominique Sanda ..... Ada Fiastri Paulhan
Francesca Bertini ..... Sister Desolata
Laura Betti ..... Regina
Werner Bruhns ..... Ottavio Berlinghieri
Stefania Casini ..... Neve
Sterling Hayden ..... Leo Dalco
Anna Henkel ..... Anita
Ellen Schwiers ..... Amelia
Alida Valli ..... Ida Cantarelli Pioppi
Romolo Valli ..... Giovanni
Giacomo Rizzo ..... Rigoletto
Pippo Campanini ..... Don Tarcisio


Synopsis:
Bernardo Bertolucci's 1900 was a gargantuan undertaking, requiring the resources of three European countries and a trio of American movie studios. Set in the Italian town of Parma, the film's continuity backtracks from Liberation Day in 1945 to the occasion of composer/patriot Giuseppe Verdi's death in 1901. We follow the lives of two men born on that day in 1901, who grow up to be Alfredo Berlinghieti (Robert De Niro) and Olmo Dalco (Gérard Depardieu). Wealthy Alfredo sinks into dissipation, while poverty-stricken Olmo becomes a firebrand labor leader and communist. After WWI, Alfredo is allowed to peacefully retain his land holdings by playing nice with the burgeoning fascists; Olmo, on the other hand, engages in a long-standing battle against the minions of Mussolini. The two protagonists are reunited when Alfredo returns to Parma to preside over Olmo's trial for 'political crimes.' Co-star Burt Lancaster is cast as Alfredo's wealthy grandfather, who hates to see the old values buried beneath the social travails of the 20th century.

Bernardo Bertolucci's massive epic, a history of Italy from 1900 to 1945 as reflected through the friendship of two men across class lines, is one of the most fascinating, if little seen, of his films. After beginning with Robert DeNiro as wealthy landowner Alfredo, and Gerard Depardieu as labor leader Olmo, the film returns to 1900 with the death of composer Giuseppi Verdi and the birth of the two friends. The opposing class interests of their grandfathers, padrone Burt Lancaster, and laborer Sterling Hayden, is quickly established in the enmity between the characters. The director is graphic in his depiction of ownership as exploitation, and makes the craggy Hayden character a figure of nearly Biblical proportions as he rouses his fellow workers to maintain solidarity and demand self-determination. As they grow, the boys become friends,

Set in Italy, the film follows the lives and interactions of two boys/men, one born a bastard of peasant stock (Depardieu), the other born to a land owner (de Niro). The drama spans from 1900 to about 1945, and focuses mainly on the rise of Fascism and the peasants' eventual reaction by supporting Communism, and how these events shape the destinies of the two main characters.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 13 January, 2011.

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