We All Loved Each Other So Much1974
We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974)
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From WWII, the promise of the future, along with it's aftermath, the story of three friends and a woman unfolds. We follow the disparate lives of a proletariat, an intellectual, and a bourgeois through their ideals, convictions, loves, triumphs and failures. This cinematic retelling weaves a tapestry of iconic Italian film imagery, including the infamous recreation of the Trevi fountain scene, complete with appearances by Fellini and Mastroianni. Dedicated to Vittorio De Sica, this film is a tribute to Italian filmmaking and a testament for film lovers. Bravo!
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