Ich und der Duce


Mussolini and I (alternately titled Mussolini: The Decline and Fall of Il Duce) is a 1985 made-for-television docudrama film directed by Alberto Negrin. It chronicles the strained relationship between Italy's fascist dictator Benito Mussolini and his son-in-law and foreign minister, Count Galeazzo Ciano, based on Ciano's diaries. Made in English as an Italian-French-German-Swiss-Spanish-US co-production, with Bob Hoskins, Anthony Hopkins and Susan Sarandon in the leading roles, it first aired on Rai Uno on 15 April 1985 in a 130-minute version. On 8 September 1985, it premiered in the USA on HBO in an extended four-hour version.

All filming was done in Italy; including northern Italy's Gargnano, Merano, Bolzano, Verona, and in central Italy, Rome and L'Aquila. Filming was also done at the well known Villa Torlonia and Palazzo Venezia. It was released on a 2 disc DVD in August 2003. It is divided into four segments for a total of 240 minutes and was released by Koch Entertainment.

The film starts just before World War II and shows the political and personal side of Benito Mussolini's fall from power and his death and the end of the war. It delves into his relationship with his son in-law, daughter, wife, mistress, and Hitler.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
La Chute de Mussolini
Mussolini and I
Io e il Duce
Ich und der Duce
IMDB: 409
Regie:Alberto Negrin
Drehbuch:Nicola Badalucco
Musik:Egisto Macchi
Darsteller:Susan Sarandon
Anthony Hopkins
Bob Hoskins
Annie Girardot
Barbara De Rossi
Harald Dietl
Vittorio Mezzogiorno
Fabio Testi
Franco Fabrizi
Gianni Pulone
Marino Masè
Marne Maitland
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