Marcella Mariani


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Socrates (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Those Who Commit Evil Deeds Director Roberto Rossellini using Spain as ancient Athens, conjuring deliberate Christian parallels, as the title character (Jean Sylvere) leads his followers (referred to as disciples) through an array of citizens crucified by conquering Spartans, in the made-for-TV feature Socrates, 1971.
Blaise Pascal (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Descartes Pierre Arditi (title character), already something of a phenomenon in 17th century France, has just attended a lecture by the renowned philosopher Descartes (Claude Baks), to whom he is then introduced, in Roberto Rossellini's "didactic" TV movie Blaise Pascal, 1972.
Socrates (1971) -- (Movie Clip) If I Am Kicked By An Ass In Athens, after the fall of the city to forces from Sparta, French actor Jean Sylvere in his first appearance as the title character, fellow citizens Miletos and Hermes (Emilio Miguel Hernandez, Antonio Requena) reflecting, early in Roberto Rossellini's TV movie Socrates, 1971.
Blaise Pascal (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Lesson Of Darkness In his first significant scene, Pierre Arditi (title character) working with his father (Giuseppe Addobbati) the tax collector in Rouen, ca. 1640, engaging the work by Desargues which will become the basis of "Pascal's Theorem," in Roberto Rossellini's TV movie, Blaise Pascal, 1972.
Blaise Pascal (1972) -- (Movie Clip) I Believe In Hell's Power Teresa Ricci as sister Gilberte, informing Pierre Arditi (title character) of their father's departure for a witch trial, which he also attends, Anne Cabrile the accused, Christian De Sica (Vittorio's son) her prosecutor, in Roberto Rossellini's TV movie Blaise Pascal, 1972.