Marriage—Italian Style | Chicago Reader

Marriage—Italian Style

The interest is all in the cast as Sophia Loren chases Marcello Mastroianni through this predictable 1964 Italian farce, directed by Vittorio De Sica in weak imitation of Pietro Germi's black comedy, Divorce—Italian Style. Devoid of the protective coloring of neorealism, De Sica's style—as it does so often in his late films—seems heavy and sluggish. 102 min.

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