7 comments

  • By David Hollingsworth
    March 08, 2011
    03:34 PM

    1) It was directed by Luchino Visconti. 2) The handsome Farley Granger. 3) The exquisite set design, and costumes.
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  • By Carlo Chiarenza
    April 12, 2011
    08:28 PM

    1) Has changed the course of Italian cinema 2) It is one of the best exemple of the fusion between cinema, visual arts, painting and music. 3) It is melodrama at its best
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  • By Anna Tamba
    April 13, 2011
    05:14 AM

    I like the backdrop of Risorgimento Italy and the portrayal of two characters played by Alida Valli and the recently deceased Farley Granger.
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  • By paul bellini
    June 05, 2011
    09:38 PM

    1. Alida Valli's character is possessed, mad, jealous and horny, the perfect recipe for disaster. 2. Visconti's use of colour is seductive. That scene in the hayloft is luminous. 3. Farley Granger looks like ice cream. Who wouldn't be driven mad by him?
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  • By Sean Condon
    August 05, 2011
    09:33 AM

    I'm not a great fan of The Leopard...it simply moves far too slow; but this, Senso, looks more melodramatic- Sirkian by way of the Archers.
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  • By Enrico Giordani
    December 06, 2012
    06:03 AM

    THE BEST COLOUR FILM OF ALL TIMES TOGETHER WITH THE RED SHOES AND BLACK NARCISSUS BY POWELL-PRESSBURGER. A TRUE MASTERPIECE
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  • By jmiller
    April 17, 2013
    12:45 AM

    1. Venice at war. 2. The music by Bruckner. 3. The clash between Austria and Italy, self-interest and love, reason and passion.
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