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Cast (feature film)

1.
Sans Sommation (1972) as Louvel
2.
Johnny Banco (1969) as
3.
Morire gratis (1969) as
4.
The Myth (1965) as
5.
Juliet of the Spirits (1965) as Giorgio
An aging housewife seeks direction when she catches her husband in an affair.
6.
The Organizer (1964) as Manager
At the turn of the century exploited textile factory workers fight for better working conditions.
7.
8 1/2 (1963) as Mezzabotta
A world-famous film director juggles his romantic relationships while trying to come up with an idea for his next picture.
8.
Cossacks, The (1960) as Voronzov
9.
We the Living (1942) as Victor Dunaev
Doomed love within a corrupt political world. At 18, the beautiful and smart Kira comes to Petersburg as the Communists consolidate power. She rebuffs a cousin who rises in the Party and may remember the slight. She falls in love with Leo, the son of an aristocrat, who gets into political trouble and never gets out. Meanwhile, a Party leader, Andrei, also loves her, and she feigns love for him to get political protection for Leo and money to pay for his TB treatment. But can Leo forgive her being Andrei's mistress? Subplots dramatize Party corruption, the disillusion of those who fought hardest in the revolution, and reflections on the man's individual nature.

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