We All Loved Each Other So Much | Chicago Reader

We All Loved Each Other So Much

An innocuously sentimental story (1974) of three friends, bonded by war and forced apart by time and class allegiances. Ettore Scola's direction tends to be tricky, with elaborate flashbacks, shifts from black and white to color, and actors addressing the audience. But there's some appealing consistency to his characters, as played by Nino Manfredi, Vittorio Gassman, and Stefano Satta Flores.


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