Video of the Day Feed http://www.europeanfilmgateway.eu/rss/video-of-the-day/Usuraio e padre/ccb%3A%3A76df146213c61c8e3426ccaf40d3e4a4 This film is also known by the title "L’ipocrita smascherato". In respect to other FAI films, it contains quite an innovative scene, in which the loan shark is on a train, looking out the window, made with a sort of “track after” shot. The camera was fixed on the outside of the train, and when the train started going, the camera filmed the moving landscape. Much of the footage was shot in exteriors. There are numerous views of Rome, including one of Castel Sant’Angelo, while several scenes are set on the beach, probably on the coast of Lazio. The film was hailed by critics. “An exciting film: there are some beautiful scenes. The actors deserve heartfelt congratulations and praise.” (Lazzaro, “La Cine-Fono”, Naples, 4/4/1914) An offhand note: in the version distributed in Great Britain, the character played by Ettore Berti was called Giacomo Riva instead of Giacomo Arnaldi. Catalogue Il Cinema Ritrovato 2002. Film restored in collaboration with Cinémathèque Française. en Usuraio e padre http://www.europeanfilmgateway.eu/detail/Usuraio e padre/ccb%3A%3A76df146213c61c8e3426ccaf40d3e4a4 Genre: Feature film
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Year: 1914
Runtime: 00:50:00
Provider: Cineteca di Bologna
Production company: FAI - Film d'Arte Italiana
Rights: In Copyright / ()
Language:it
Keywords: EFG1914 / World War I ]]>
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