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Mediterraneo is an Italian film that won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1991. The film is set during World War II, and regards a group of Italian soldiers who become stranded on a Greek island and are left behind by the war. The filming took place on the Greek island of Kastellórizo, in the Dodecanese island complex.
Drugi svetski rat. Italijanski brod ostavlja nekoliko vojnika na okupirano grčko ostrvo.
Njihov zadatak je da uoče neprijateljske brodove u slučaju napada. Ostrvo samo deluje napušteno, ali pošto stanovnici shvate da su vojnici bezopasni,...
Directed by Gabriele Salvatores
Produced by Silvio Berlusconi
Mario Cecchi Gori
Vittorio Cecchi Gori
Written by Enzo Monteleone
Starring Diego Abatantuono
Music by Giancarlo Bigazzi
Cinematography Italo Petriccione
Editing by Nino Baragli
Distributed by Miramax Films
Release dates September 9, 1991 (premiere at TIFF)
22 March 1992 (NYC only)
Running time 96 minutes
02.LE CHOC - Alain Delon ,Catherine Deneuve 1982.
Le choc (English: The Shock) is a 1982 French crime thriller film directed by Robin Davis and starring Alain Delon, Catherine Deneuve, and Philippe Léotard. Based on the novel La position du tireur couché by Jean-Patrick Manchette, the film is about a hitman who wants to retire from his life in organized crime and flees to the country where he meets and falls in love with a beautiful woman.
Martin Terrier (Alain Delon) wants to quit his job as a hired hitman, but his organized crime employers are unwilling to see him turned out to pasture, Terrier knows too much, and he is still useful to the organization. He escapes to the countryside where he meets Claire (Catherine Deneuve), and the two soon fall in love. Back in Paris to confront his employers, Terrier learns that they`ve stolen all his money from the bank. They give him an ultimatum—do one last job for them and he gets his money and his freedom.
Directed by Robin Davis
Produced by Alain Sarde
Starring Alain Delon
Music by Philippe Sarde
Cinematography Pierre-Wiliam Glenn
Release dates 28 April 1982
Running time 100 minutes