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Wild Is the Wind (Selvaggio è il vento) (1957)

Wild Is the Wind
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Anna Magnani Anna Magnani
Gioia
Joseph Calleia Joseph Calleia
Alberto
Dolores Hart Dolores Hart
Angela Angie
Lili Valenty Lili Valenty
Teresa
James Flavin James Flavin
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Dick Ryan Dick Ryan
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Vittorio Nino Novarese Vittorio Nino Novarese
(novel Furia)
Arnold Schulman Arnold Schulman


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Wild Is the Wind

2 years, 7 months ago at Jul 8 18:18
Having just watched Desire Under the Elms before watching this, I couldn’t help but notice a parallel between the two films. Both star Italian actresses of great magnetism, earthiness and sensuality as housewives with unfulfilling marriages who have affairs with the attractive younger stud in closest proximity. But whereas Sophia Loren eventually found some success in Hollywood, her epics El Cid... read more
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Release date: 5 February 1958
Tags: Drama (1), 1957 (1)
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JxSxPx posted a review 2 years, 7 months ago

Wild Is the Wind

“Having just watched Desire Under the Elms before watching this, I couldn’t help but notice a parallel between the two films. Both star Italian actresses of great magnetism, earthiness and sensuality as housewives with unfulfilling marriages who have affairs with the attractive younger stud in closest proximity. But whereas Sophia Loren eventually found some success in Hollywood, her epics El Cid and The Fall of the Roman Empire are the very best of that genre and her performance in Arabesque is appropriately charming, humorous and seductive, Anna Magnani never found as much success as an actress in Hollywood outside of Tennessee Williams adaptations.

Wild is the Wind is pretty tone-deaf, predictable and hyperbolic in its florid melodrama and unsettled moral convictions. But at ” read more

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