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Cassino

Italy, 1954 (MIFF 1956, Aftermath)

Director: Edmondo Albertini

Ten years prior to the making of this film, the little town of Cassino and its famous monastery were destroyed by bombardment during the World War. Both the town and monastery have been rebuilt.

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