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The White Ship (1941 film)

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The White Ship
The White Ship (1941 film).jpg
Directed byRoberto Rossellini
Written by
Produced byCaesar Girosi
CinematographyJoseph Caracciolo
Edited byEraldo Da Roma
Music byRenzo Rossellini
Production
company
Distributed byScalera Film
Release date
14 September 1941
Running time
77 minutes
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

The White Ship (Italian: La nave bianca) is a 1941 Italian war film directed by Roberto Rossellini. Its cast was made up entirely of amateur actors, many of them the real crew of a hospital ship of the Italian navy. The production was a work of propaganda intended to support the war aims of the Fascist Italian regime during the Second World War. It was made with the close co-operation of the Italian Navy, particularly Francesco De Robertis. Vittorio Mussolini, the son of the Italian dictator, was also a supporter of the project.

It was the first feature film directed by Rossellini, and commenced what has been described as his "Fascist Trilogy" which also includes A Pilot Returns (1942) and The Man with a Cross (1943). Along with a number of other films of the era, it is considered a precursor to Italian neorealism. Rossellini went on to be a leading Italian filmmaker, and a major figure in the development of neorealism.

The film was screened at the 1941 Venice Film Festival, before going on general release the following year. Because of this 1941 and 1942 are both often cited as its release date. It was awarded the Cup of the National Fascist Party at Venice.[1]

Synopsis

A young Italian sailor falls in love with a schoolteacher before returning to service on a warship. During the Battle of Cape Teulada against the Royal Navy, he is wounded and transferred to a hospital ship. There he is reunited with his lover, who is now working as a nurse.[2]

References

  1. ^ Bondanella p.153
  2. ^ "Archivio del Cinema Italiano". www.archiviodelcinemaitaliano.it (in Italian). Retrieved 2019-05-24.

Bibliography

  • Bondanella, Peter. The Films of Roberto Rossellini. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

External links

This page was last edited on 9 September 2021, at 20:36
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