Matrimonio all'Italiana (Marriage Italian Style)
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Matrimonio all'Italiana (Marriage Italian Style)
In flashback, Marcello Mastroianni recalls his wartime romance with Sophia Loren. He is so enamored with her that he finances her escape from the bordello where she lives and sets her up with a good job in the restaurant that he owns, and later finds a place for her on his mother's domestic staff. He is not, however, enamored enough to make their union legal, and expects Loren to behave like a servant by day and his mistress by night. Years later, Loren lies on her deathbed. The contrite Mastroianni finally consents to marry her. Not only does she make a full recovery, but she brings her… More

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"It's a scenario that's milked (literally) for every drop of amusement."
‑ Keith Uhlich, Time Out New York
"A good deal soapier and ultimately less satisfying than De Sica's previous collaboration with Loren and Marcello Mastroianni, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, but it's still effectively heart-rending."
‑ Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
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