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The Sun Also Shines at Night

The Sun Also Shines at Night
File:The Sun Also Shines at Night.jpg
Directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
Produced by Giuliani G. De Negri
Grazia Volpi
Written by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani
Tonino Guerra
Leo Tolstoy
Starring Julian Sands
Cinematography Giuseppe Lanci
Editing by Roberto Perpignani
Release date(s)
Running time 112 minutes
Country Italy
France
Germany
Language Italian

The Sun Also Shines at Night (Italian: Il sole anche di notte, and also known as Night Sun) is an Italian film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani in 1990. It was screened out of competition at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Julian Sands - Sergio Giuramondo
  • Charlotte Gainsbourg - Matilda
  • Massimo Bonetti - Prince Santobuono
  • Margarita Lozano - Sergio's Mother
  • Patricia Millardet - Aurelia
  • Rüdiger Vogler - King Charles
  • Nastassja Kinski - Cristina Del Carpio
  • Pamela Villoresi - Giuseppina Giuramondo
  • Geppy Geijeses - Bishop (as Geppy Gleijeses)
  • Sonia Gessner - Duchess Del Carpio
  • Tony Sperandeo - Gesuino (as Gaetano Sperandeo)
  • Matilde Piana - Peasant Woman
  • Vittorio Capotorto - Matilda's Father
  • Riccardo Parisio Perrotti - Duke Del Carpio (as Riccardo Parrisio Perrotti)
  • Salvatore Rossi - Eugenio
  • Teresa Brescianini - Concetta
  • Biagio Barone - Father Biagio

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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