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The Forbidden Room (1977 film)

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The Forbidden Room
Anima persa.jpg
Italian film poster by Piero Ermanno Iaia[1]
Directed byDino Risi
Screenplay by
Based onUn'anima persa
by Giovanni Arpino
Produced by
  • Pio Angeletti
  • Adriano De Micheli[2]
Starring
CinematographyTonino Delli Colli[2]
Edited byAlberto Gallitti[2]
Music byFrancis Lai[2]
Production
companies
  • Dean Film
  • Les Productions Fox Europa
Distributed byFox/Dean Film
Release date
  • 20 January 1977 (1977-01-20) (Italy)
  • 23 March 1977 (1977-03-23) (France)
Running time
100 minutes[2]
Countries
  • Italy
  • France

The Forbidden Room (Italian: Anima persa) is a 1977 thriller film directed by Dino Risi.[3][page needed] It is based on the novel Un'anima persa by Giovanni Arpino.[1] The film was co-production between Italy and France by Dean Film and Les Productions Fox Europa.[2]

Cast

Production

The Forbidden Room was based on the novel L'anima persa written by Giovanni Arpino and published in 1966. Director Dino Risi had previously adapted Arpino's novel previously, as Profumo di donna.[4]

Risi's adaptation of L'anima persa changed the novels location from Turin to Venice and changed the names, features and characteristics of some characters such as Tino's uncle and aunt Galla.[4]

Release

The Forbidden Room was distributed theatrically in Italy by Fox/Dean Film on 20 January 1977.[2] In Italy, the film grossed a total of 857,364,083 Italian lire domestically.[2] The film was released in France on 23 March 1977 as Âmes perdues.[2]

See also

List of Italian films of 1977

References

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Curti 2017, p. 170.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Curti 2017, p. 169.
  3. ^ Lino Miccichè (2000). Una vita difficile, di Dino Risi: risate amare nel lungo dopoguerra. Marsilio, 2000. ISBN 88-317-7432-8.
  4. ^ a b Curti 2017, p. 171.

Sources

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