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Raffaello Matarazzo

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Raffaello Matarazzo
Raffaello Matarazzo (1936)
Born(1909-08-17)17 August 1909
Rome, Italy
Died17 May 1966(1966-05-17) (aged 56)
Rome, Lazio, Italy

Raffaello Matarazzo (17 August 1909 – 17 May 1966) was an Italian filmmaker.

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Matarazzo started writing film reviews for the Roman newspaper Il Tevere before re-editing scripts for the Italian film company Cines. His first films were comedies until he shifted to making melodramas. With Catene, produced by Titanus in 1949, he became the most successful director in Italy. Audience loved his melodramas. Critics, however, have tended to disparage his work, saying that Matarazzo films were Neorealismo d'appendice (neorealism wannabe). Since the 1970s, some film critics have tried to restore Matarazzo's reputation. French magazine Positif loved his erotic-historical peplum Ship of Lost Women.


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