Dir. Luchino Visconti (1957). Viscontis contribution to the post neo-realist fantasies of the 1950s was an adaptation of Dostoyevskys novella played out in an elaborate studio set (modeled after the Tuscan port city). An obvious model for Francis Coppolas One From the Heart, White Nights also provided Marcello Mastroianni with his first starring role as a tragicomic lover.
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