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1860 (film)

Directed by Alessandro Blasetti
Produced by Emilio Cecchi
Written by Emilio Cecchi
Gino Mazzucchi
Alessandro Blasetti
Starring Giuseppe Gulino
Aida Bellia
Gianfranco Giachetti
Mario Ferrari
Music by Nino Medin
Cinematography Anchise Brizzi
Giulio De Luca
Edited by Ignazio Ferronetti
Giacinto Solito
Alessandro Blasetti
Distributed by Societa Anonima Stefano Pittaluga
Release dates 1934
Running time 80 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

1860 is a 1934 Italian historical film directed by Alessandro Blasetti and starring Giuseppe Gulino, Aida Bellia and Gianfranco Giachetti.

The filmpresages Italian neorealism in that it was shot wholly on location. Also, most contemporaneous historical epics used a star to focus on grand historical characters.[1] This film focuses on a character whom nobody knows or will ever know; a patriot riding to get the assistance of Giuseppe Garibaldi. This film (in its heralding of neorealism) illustrates how the average man plays a part in grand histories. The film also uses non-actors (a key element of Italian neorealism) and a rarity for its time and era.


The film includes many non-professional actors, Gianfranco Giachetti (brother of Fosco Giachetti), Maria Denis, and Mario Ferrari. It was the last film of Ugo Gracci. A list of the non-actors includes Giuseppe Gulino, Aida Bellia and many others.


The story is the harried attempt of a JSTOR arts and sciences complex), writes:

Certainly the film drew upon the Soviet films of [2]


  1. ^ as stated by Richard Pena of the Film Society of Lincoln Center at the beginning of the screening
  2. ^ Gabriella Romani, Italica, Vol. 79, No. 3 (Autumn, 2002), pp. 391-404

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