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Robert Rossellini is one of the most important Italian cinema directors of "neorealism" and contributed to the movement with the films such as Roma, città aperta (Rome, Open City). In his later years, Rossellini was interested in the educational role of television. He died a few weeks of doing this interview for A Fondo.
Length: 73 minutes
Copyright date: ©1977
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