Passione D'Amore (1981) - Rotten Tomatoes

Passione D'Amore (1981)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Passione D'Amore Photos

Movie Info

An often moving but not completely convincing story set in nineteenth century Italy, this is the tale of an officer with two loves. His first love is the comely Antonelli. For whatever reasons, however, he falls in love with a mysterious and quite unattractive hermit. Rather a beauty and the beast tale in reverse.


Bernard Giraudeau
as Capt. Giorgio Bacchetti
Bernard Blier
as Maj. Tarasso
Gerardo Amato
as Lt. Baggi
Sandro Ghiani
as Giorgio's Attendant
Alberto Incrocci
as Capt. Rivolti
Rosaria Schemmari
as Fosca's Maid
Francesco Piastra
as Colonel's Attendant
Saverio Vallone
as Blond Lieutenant
Franco Committeri
as Clara's Husband
Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for Passione D'Amore

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

Passion of Love is a brilliant comedy of manners.

Full Review… | January 31, 2004
Spirituality and Practice

Audience Reviews for Passione D'Amore

The big draw here is Valeria D'Obici's performance as Fosca, the woman whose passione d'amore drives the whole story. The handsome officer who is her love object is predictably shallow, but stay with the movie and see what happens. I looked at this movie in hopes of seeing Laura's Antonelli, if you know what I mean, but now I don't even recall her performance or whether she had a customary nude scene. The movie's all about Fosca, and it's powerful.

Roberto Landazuri
Roberto Landazuri

Passione D'Amore Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Discussion Forum

Discuss Passione D'Amore on our Movie forum!

News & Features