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The Charterhouse of Parme

Original title
La Chartreuse de Parme
Year
Running time
170 min.
Country
France France
Director
Screenwriter
Christian-Jaque, Pierre Jarry, Pierre Véry (Novel: Stendhal)
Music
Renzo Rossellini
Cinematography
G.R. Aldo, Romolo Garroni, Nicolas Hayer, Klein, Martin (B&W)
Cast
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Producer
Co-production France-Italy; Les Films André Paulvé / Scalera Film S.p.a / Excelsa Film
Genre
Drama. Romance | 19th Century. Romantic Drama
Movie Groups
Stendhal Adaptations
New
Synopsis / Plot
Fabrice del Dongo, a young archbishop, gives his all to romance rather than to the Church, creating complications for everyone around. The Countess of San Severina, is but one of the women who love him a la folie, spurring jealous retribution in high places from those who in turn want her. From his prison window, Fabrice falls in love with the jailer's daughter who takes a vow to the Virgin Mary to never see him again if his escape succeeds.
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