12:30 4:20 8:10
Friday, December 15
Directed by Vittorio De Sica
Starring Jennifer Jones and Montgomery Clift
(1953) At Rome’s bustling train station, Philadelphia housewife Jennifer Jones decides to end her affair with Italian-American professor Montgomery Clift and then the tormented discussions begin. Dialogue by Truman Capote. 35mm print courtesy Cineteca di Bologna. 35mm. Approx. 87 min.
“A gallant experiment in combining Italy’s internationally celebrated neorealist movement...with the glamorous presence of two Hollywood stars… Perhaps the last true neorealist film in De Sica’s career.”
– Dave Kehr