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Angels of Darkness

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Angels of Darkness
Angels of Darkness.jpg
Directed byGiuseppe Amato
Written byBruno Paolinelli (novel)
Elio Petri
Gianni Puccini
Cesare Zavattini
Siro Angeli
Giuseppe De Santis
Gigliola Falluto
Giuseppe Mangione
Giuseppe Amato
Produced byGiuseppe Amato
Tino Buazzelli
Piero Cocco
StarringLinda Darnell
Anthony Quinn
Valentina Cortese
CinematographyAnchise Brizzi 
Edited byGabriele Varriale 
Music byRenzo Rossellini 
Production
company
Amato Film
Distributed byCEI Incom
Release date
27 January 1954
Running time
94 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguagesItalian
English

Angels of Darkness (Italian: Donne proibite) is a 1954 Italian melodrama film directed by Giuseppe Amato and starring Linda Darnell, Anthony Quinn and Valentina Cortese.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Virgilio Marchi.

Plot

A brothel is suddenly closed as a prostitute, Tamara, attempts suicide by throwing herself out of the window; she is admitted to the hospital in serious condition. Three of her colleagues, Vally, Franca and Lola, are forced to ask for hospitality from Rosa, who has long since abandoned the profession and now has a nice apartment. Vally wants to change her life and meets Francesco from Abruzzo. They decide to get married, but since the man has to emigrate, they resort to a marriage by proxy. When the young man discovers his troubled past about him, he reproaches it; the woman escapes from despair and goes to meet a tragic death. Tamara, physically damaged, after her hospitalization, has a mystical crisis and will be welcomed in an institute of nuns; Franca, who already has a daughter, finds a job and welcomes her into her new home. Lola, on the other hand, under the armor of unscrupulousness actually has a sensitive and generous soul. She decides to return to her elderly parents, but discovers that her sister is now close to marriage: to avoid a scandal she decides to give up and resigns herself to returning to the city, to the brothel which has reopened its doors in the meantime; but she realizes that she is seriously ill.[2]

Cast

References

  1. ^ Moliterno p.6
  2. ^ "Donne proibite". Cinematografo (in Italian). Retrieved 2022-04-29.

Bibliography

  • Gino Moliterno. The A to Z of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.

External links

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