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"A Place for Lovers" is a 1968 French-Italian romantic drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica and based on the play Gli Amanti by Brunello Rondi and Renaldo Cabieri. The film stars Faye Dunaway as a terminally ill American fashion designer in Venice, Italy who has a whirlwind affair with a race car driver. It was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film was released on DVD in 2009 by Atlantic Film AB.
- also known as Amanti
- countries: France, Italy
- languages: English Language, Italian Language
- producers: Arthur Cohn, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Carlo Ponti
- art direction by Piero Poletto
- written by Julian Zimet, Peter Baldwin, Ennio de Concini, Tonino Guerra, Cesare Zavattini
- based on a story by Brunello Rondi
- cinematography by Pasqualino De Santis
- edited by Adriana Novelli
- music by Manuel De Sica
- costume design by Enrico Sabbatini
- genres: Romance Film, Drama
- released on (46 years ago)
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The Film Encyclopedia 7e (2013)
by Ephraim Katz, Ronald Dean Nolen
1966; C'era una Volta/More Than a Miracle 1967; Gli Amanti/A Place for Lovers, Un Tranquil/o Posto di Campagna/A ...
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