6.Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Vittorio De Sica’s 1963 movie was filmed in three very different locations being each the setting for a different story. What do Naples, Milan and Rome have in common? A stunning Sophia Loren who plays three women, all fiercely unique. Adelina is a peddler and her story develops in Naples’ alleyways. Mara is a prostitute and she owns an attic with a view on Navona Square in Rome, her neighbor is an old lady whose grandson is Umberto, a seminarian. Multiple shots of the square highlight its beauty.
Anna is a rich married woman and she’s driving through Milan (this is how the watcher gets to see the Cathedral, Repubblica Square, The Scala, Manzoni Street and Cavour Square) to reach her lover. The bourgeois point of view was quite topical during the 60’s in Italy. Continue reading clicking the below button Next >