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Thursday, 09 December 2010 18:46

Films made in Noto

Noto has been the setting for several films, some made by the greatest masters of world cinema: Roberto Rossellini, who shot parts of "Long Live Italy" and Vittorio De Sica, who has run his last known film " The trip ", with Richard Burton and Sophia Loren, Michelangelo Antonioni, who besides having set part of" The Adventure ", dedicated to the first two parts of the known documentary" Noto, Almond, Vulcano, Stromboli, Carnevale, "made Italian Pavilion for Expo held in Seville in 1992. In addition to these teachers have worked on other major known directors such as Luigi Zampa, Luigi Comencini, Franco Zeffirelli, Giuseppe Tornatore and Lina Wertmuller. The following is a list of films shot in Noto:

* Years Easy, by Luigi Zampa (1953).
* Cavalleria rusticana by Carmine Gallone (1953).
* Long live Italy, Roberto Rossellini (1960).
* L'Avventura, Michelangelo Antonioni (1960).
* Ensure virgin, Giorgio Bianchi (1967).
* Better widow, Duccio Tessari (1968).
* Tony ARZENTO, Duccio Tessari (1973), with Alain Delon.
* The journey of Vittorio De Sica (1974).
* My God, how I fell down to Luigi Comencini (1974).
* Red Carnation, Luigi Faccini (1976).
* Woman of Honor, Stuart Margolin (1990).
* The Stolen Children, by Gianni Amelio (1992).
* Here comes the storm by Daniele Luchetti (1993).
* History of a blackcap by Franco Zeffirelli (1993).
* The Starmaker Giuseppe Tornatore (1995).
* Malena by Giuseppe Tornatore (2000).
* Astronomers Ronsisvalle Diego (2003).

The particular propensity of Noto to be the scene of performing arts such as films but not only, has also been observed by Leonardo Sciascia, who believed that Noto was "the perfect setting for comedy." Sciascia claimed it:

The Baroque Noto risen from the ruins is the ideal setting to play. And in this suggestion, wandering the streets of Noto in the morning of rampant heraldic blue and gold, we think it was really a missed opportunity that a city like this, and in the eighteenth century, has perhaps had its most Goldoni Full-bodied and blood, more full of comedy and eroticism, and with heavy rain melancholy. Goldoni could not be born in Venice ... But Brancati was born not far from Noto, had blood in the play of our imagination which turns walking these streets; his play, his eighteenth century. From the ruins of the earthquake is kind of comedy this beautiful city. It will be our fault or flaw, but a city, the first meeting, the essence of it is configured under the species of literary genre. The cities that are novel. cities taking tragedy. The cities of comedy - as Noto. And this city comedy, music and so gorgeous, the need for an earthquake.
 
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