A Time of Indifference
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"A Time of Indifference": Gli indifferenti est une mini-série anglo-italienne en deux épisodes de 100 minutes, réalisée par Mauro Bolognini d'après l'œuvre de Alberto Moravia et diffusée en 1988 en Italie et en Grande-Bretagne.
- also known as Gli Indifferenti
- countries: United Kingdom, Italy
- music by Ennio Morricone
- genre: Drama
- released in (27 years ago)
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by M. Keith Booker
(A Time of Indifference, 1929). This was one of the first twentieth-century novels of alienation and, of course, could not contain any explicit political critique, any more than Elio Vittorini's highly allusive and emblematic Conversazione in Sicilia (1941). From exile, Ignazio Silone was able to write openly about fascist repression of the peasantry. The Resistance struggle is more or less fictionally documented in the neorealist vein of narratives by writers such as Moravia and Vittorini, but ...
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