A Brief Vacation
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"A Brief Vacation" is a 1973 Italian melodrama directed by Vittorio de Sica. The script, written by Cesare Zavattini, was inspired by an Apollinaire adage.
- countries: Italy, Spain
- language: Italian Language
- producers: Arthur Cohn & Marina Cicogna
- art direction by Luigi Scaccianoce
- written by Cesare Zavattini & Rafael J. Salvia
- based on a story by Rodolfo Sonego
- cinematography by Ennio Guarnieri
- edited by Franco Arcalli
- music by Manuel De Sica
- costume design by Nadia Vitali
- set decoration by A. D'Angelo
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- rating: PG (USA)
- released on (41 years ago)
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The Encyclopedia of Film (1991)
by James Monaco
Una Breve Vacanza/A Brief Vacation 1973 (d); // Delitto Matteotti 1973 (a); Blood For Dracula ...
by Neil Butterworth
After a brief vacation in Cuba, Gershwin wrote Rumba, an attractive orchestral work not often heard today. It was premiered at the Lewisholm Stadium, New York on 16 August 1932, and was later retitled A Cuban Overture. In December 1933 ...
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