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Author Bertolucci, Bernardo
Title Lo Ballo Da Sola / Stealing Beauty Bernardo Bertolucci
Publication Info Rai Tre 19.11.98


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 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ITAV 170  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 2hr
Note 1995 Italian film in widescreen format, no subtitles. A 19 year old American girl, whose mother has just died revisits friends in Tuscany. She becomes the focus of interest for the men of the villa through her innocence and burgeoning womwnhood. She herself cherishes memory of a first kiss with young Niccolযur years earlier and is puzzled by a note in her mother's diary hinting that the man she's considered her father isn't her real parent. Voice: Cusack, S / Irons, J / Marais, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
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Author Bertolucci, Bernardo
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 2hr
Note 1995 Italian film in widescreen format, no subtitles. A 19 year old American girl, whose mother has just died revisits friends in Tuscany. She becomes the focus of interest for the men of the villa through her innocence and burgeoning womwnhood. She herself cherishes memory of a first kiss with young Niccolযur years earlier and is puzzled by a note in her mother's diary hinting that the man she's considered her father isn't her real parent. Voice: Cusack, S / Irons, J / Marais, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
Author Bertolucci, Bernardo
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  ITAV 170  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 2hr
Note 1995 Italian film in widescreen format, no subtitles. A 19 year old American girl, whose mother has just died revisits friends in Tuscany. She becomes the focus of interest for the men of the villa through her innocence and burgeoning womwnhood. She herself cherishes memory of a first kiss with young Niccolযur years earlier and is puzzled by a note in her mother's diary hinting that the man she's considered her father isn't her real parent. Voice: Cusack, S / Irons, J / Marais, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.

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