Originally released as a motion picture in 1991. Awarded the Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 1992. In 1941, a small group of misfit Italian soldiers is sent to a tiny Greek island in the Aegean for four months of lookout duty. Their relief ship is torpedoed and their radio destroyed. As they lose all touch with the world outside, they are absorbed into the life of the idyllic island.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1992. Winner, Grand Prize of the Jury, Cannes Film Festival, 1992. Antonio, a policeman, is ordered to take two children, Rosetta and her brother Luciano, from Milan to Sicily to an orphanage after their mother has been arrested for forcing Rosetta to work as a prostitute. A sublime movie in the Neo-realist tradition, Antonio helps these two damaged children discover, for a few days, the childhood that has been denied them.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1997. The film collected the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes and 3 Oscars in 1998: Best actor (Benigni), Best foreign language film, Best dramatic score. This film transports you to a world that even in its darkest moments, shines a light of hope and joy. A magical tale, it tells the captivating story of one man's love for his family and his ability to use the power of imagination to save them. A deeply moving, intensely funny and unforgettable masterpiece that will stay with you always.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1993. Moretti brings to the screen three moments of his life delineated in his diary: a solitary trip on a Vespa through a summery and semi-deserted Rome, a trip to the Eolian Islands in search of an almost impossible tranquility, and the chronicle of a grave disease during a year of misdiagnoses. His reflections on reality are comedic but tinged with bitterness and irony.