La grande guerra 1959

The Great War

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Two reluctant soldiers (Vittorio Gassman, Alberto Sordi) in World War II Italy are mistaken for heroes after their unit is wiped out in battle.

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  • Sep 18, 2008
    A roman and a milanese rascals are enrolled against their will, to serve for their country in the first world war. After playing tricks on each other, a tight bond of friendship based on survival will unite them. Mario Monicelli gives a quixotesque note on war, a tragic but also comical view of the people forced to fight for ideals they don't share; and what better interpreters to bring that to life than the magnificent couple Vittorio Gassman and Alberto Sordi, two often cynical but in the end righteous men whose only desire was to make their way out of the battle, to reach their respective dreams somewhere else.
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