The Anonymous Venetian (film)


The Anonymous Venetian (film)

Infobox_Film
name =The Anonymous Venetian


imdb_id =
writer = Enrico Maria Salerno
Giuseppe Berto
starring = Tony Musante
Florinda Bolkan
director = Enrico Maria Salerno
producer = |Pio AngelettiBR>Adriano De Micheli
cinematography = |Carlo Di Palma
distributor = |WB in USA
released = flagicon|Italy September 30 1970
flagicon|USA September 14, 1971
runtime = 91 min.
language = Italian
music =Stelvio Cipriani
awards =
budget =

"Anonimo Venziano" (American title: "The Anonymous Venetian") is a 1970 Italian award winning drama film written and directed by the famous Italian actor Enrico Maria Salerno on his debut as film director. It starred American Tony Musante and Brazilian beauty Florinda Bolkan.

The film had a great success, specially for its romanticism and its score, composed by Stelvio Cipriani.

Later, Ornella Vanoni sung a song named "Anonimo Veneziano" with the central theme of the film.

Plot

A Venetian musician is affected by an incurable disease. He has got a rendezvous with his ex-wife, who is now living with another man in another city. They walk across the streets and channels of Venice. They remember the happy times when were together. He has to play a found classic concert piece in a theatre. She finally realizes that she is still in love with him.

Awards

*David di Donatello: Best Actress (Florinda Bolkan), Special David to Enrico Maria Salerno.
*Nastro d'Argento: Best Cinematography in Color (Marcello Gatti), Best Score (Stelvio Cipriani).

External links

*imdb title | id=0065408 | title=Anonimo Veneziano
* [http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/catalog/soundtrackdetail.php?movieid=1079 Soundtrack Collector information]


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