Europa '51 (The Greatest Love)
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Europa '51 (The Greatest Love)
Only a few of the films that grew from the notorious liaison between actress Ingrid Bergman and director Roberto Rossellini were truly worthy of their talents. One such was the Italian-made Europa '51. Playing a character far older than herself, Bergman portrays a society woman whose life is in ruins after her son's suicide. Attempting to give her life some purpose, she takes the advice of a leftist friend, and begins working with the ill and destitute of Rome. Her insensitive husband Alexander Knox finds Bergman's charitable activities distasteful; when the opportunity presents… More

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"It's Rossellini at his filmmaking worst but humanistic best."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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