MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI ARCHIVE
FILMOGRAPHY - FEATURE FILMS
CREDITS
Italy 1952 Color 35mm 110minutes
Director
Michelangelo Antonioni
Screenwriters
Michelangelo Antonioni, Suso Cecchi d'Amico, Giorgio Bassani, Diego Fabbri, Turi Vasile, Roger Nimier
Photography
Enzo Serafin
Music
Giovanni Fusco
Cast
(French Episode) Jean Pierre Mocky, Etchika Choureau, Henri Poirier, Andrè Jacques, Annie Noîl
(Italian Episode) Franco Interlenghi, Anna Maria Ferrero, Eduardo Cianelli, Umberto Spadaro, Gastone Renzelli
(British Episode) Peter Reynold, Fay Compton, Patric Barr, Eileen Moore, Raimond Lovell

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I Vinti

ABOUT THE FILM
I Vinti
(The Vanquished)


Three seperate stories set and shot in Rome, Paris and London portraying juvenile delinquents in post-war Europe and suggesting something of the aimlessness and moral confusion of this generation. French and English censors banned the part of the film dealing with their respective country, while the Rome episode displeased the Italians by depicting their youngsters as neo-Facists and had to be modified to gain financing.

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"I am against programmatic injunctions; film isn't an eassy and I Vinti shouldn't be thought like that."
—On The Vanquished (Cinema Nuovo, 1 March, 1954)



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