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    Journey to Italy

    Sharing a passionless existence together, a married English couple, travel to Naples after inheriting a villa. On the verge of divorce, with neither one's disposition warming to the other, they decide to spend the rest of the trip separately. However, during the course of their vacation, the Joyces both undergo changes.
    Duration: 97 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1954
    IMDb: 7.4
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  • Actors of "Journey to Italy"

  • Characters of "Journey to Italy"

    Katherine Joyce. Character of Journey to Italy
    Played by: Ingrid Bergman
    Alexander 'Alex' Joyce. Character of Journey to Italy
    Played by: George Sanders
  • Directors of "Journey to Italy"

    Roberto Rossellini. Director of Journey to Italy
    Roberto Rossellini
    Birthdate: 8 May 1906, Rome, Lazio, Italy
  • Creators of "Journey to Italy"

    Vitaliano Brancati. Director of Journey to Italy
    Vitaliano Brancati
    Birthdate: 24 July 1907, Pachino, Sicily, Italy
    Roberto Rossellini. Director of Journey to Italy
    Roberto Rossellini
    Birthdate: 8 May 1906, Rome, Lazio, Italy
  • Critic Reviews of "Journey to Italy"

    New Yorker
    August 31, 2015

    One of the most quietly revolutionary works in the history of cinema, Roberto Rossellini's third feature starring Ingrid Bergman (his wife at the time), from 1953, turns romantic melodrama into intellectual adventure.

    Boston Globe
    June 20, 2013

    You might not want to bring along someone you love, because you could end up leaving the theater alone.

    Time Out
    May 08, 2013

    Rossellini stealthily ushers us towards a sense of heady affirmation so primal that 'romance' isn't a strong enough word for it.

    Time Out
    April 30, 2013

    Voyage to Italy is the kind of movie that makes those unhappily in love feel understood. And even if that's not you (congratulations), it's still possible to groove on Rossellini's stranger-in-a-strange-land psychodrama.

    Village Voice
    April 30, 2013

    Voyage to Italy is close to watching actual strangers suffer loneliness despite being together. It can leave an aching bruise, but only if you're paying attention.
    September 05, 2013

    Journey To Italy is a searing portrait of love turning sour under the Neapolitan sun and a bold adventure in a new kind of filmmaking.

    Radio Times
    May 16, 2013

    If one accepts the narrative simplicity and that the journey is both physical and spiritual, the film offers many rewards.

    Observer (UK)
    May 12, 2013

    Rossellini's bitterly acute account of the death throes of bourgeois marriage in general and his own marriage to Ingrid Bergman in particular.

    London Evening Standard
    May 10, 2013

    In the end the film magnificently justifies its classic status as an affirmative statement about relationships.

    May 09, 2013

    There is real greatness in this movie.

    Little White Lies
    May 09, 2013

    An influence on everyone from Michelangelo Antonioni to Jacques Rivette, this brave work still stands as a watershed.

    Slant Magazine
    April 29, 2013

    Befitting a filmmaker who defined as well as challenged the definition of Italian neorealism, it unfolds simultaneously as thorny narrative and profoundly personal documentary.

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