#150 Eleonora

Matrimonio all’italiana (1964)
“The protagonist is a woman that tries to affirm her identity, a strong woman, like all the female characters written by De Filippo (the movie is based on a play and theater is my another great passion). It’s a very engaging story, it’s about a woman that searches for herself but mainly she searches for her place in the world. I saw it for the first time when I was 16, I was with my mother and every year I rewatch it with her. Some quotes are life lessons, for example: “We cry when we know the good and cannot have it”, my mother and I often repeat that”


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