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In the midst of the Russian Revolution, Kira (Alida Valli), the daughter of a bourgeois factory owner, strives to forge a path of her own. While pursuing her goal to become an engineer, this brazen rebel becomes romantically involved with Leo (Rossano Brazzi), a wild at heart aristocrat, and Andrei (Fosco Giachetti), an idealistic communist. This torrid love triangle leads to tragedy all around, as each character clashes with the constraints of their communist-controlled society.

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  • Jul 29, 2014
    Not exactly a faithful adaptation of Ayn Rand's first novel, Noi Vivi follows the tradition of Alessandrini's extreme realism in the story of a young individual and her quest to survive in Soviet Russia by balancing between holding on to one's ideal and love. I noticed that the subtitled were not perfect, obviously to edit out the propaganda that couldn't be removed but it did stay true to the novel as well as listening to the dialogues using my broken Italian. The editing could have been done a bit better, but there's no complain for me as I know how hard it must have been to delete the fascist propaganda. The acting and casting were fantastic, I love the costumes, the sets and the minimalist design. However, I did get disappointed with Irina's (Kira's cousin) subplot being omitted (It was may favourite part in the book) and the ending being changed to something melodramatic/romantic that completely betrayed Rand's ideology.
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