L'Amore in Città (English: Love in the City) is a 1953 anthology film composed of six different segments, each with a different writer or director. List of episodes in order of appearance: "Paid Love" written and directed by Carlo Lizzani, "Attempted Suicide" by Michelangelo Antonioni, "Paradise For Three Hours" by Dino Risi, "Marriage Agency" by Federico Fellini, "Story of Caterina" by Cesare Zavattini and Umberto Maselli, and "Italians Stare" written and directed by Alberto Lattuada.
Writer:Michelangelo Antonioni (segment), Aldo Buzzi (segment), Luigi Chiarini (segment), Federico Fellini (segment), Marco Ferreri (segment), Alberto Lattuad
L'Amore in Città (English: Love in the City) is a 1953 anthology film composed of six different segments, each with a different writer or director. List of episodes in order of appearance: "Paid Love" written and directed by Carlo Lizzani, "Attempted Suicide" by Michelangelo Antonioni, "Paradise For Three Hours" by Dino Risi, "Marriage Agency" by Federico Fellini, "Story of Caterina" by Cesare Zavattini and Umberto Maselli, and "Italians Stare" written and directed by Alberto Lattuada. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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