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Dramma Della Gelosia (1970) Ettore Scola; Marcello Mastroianni, Monica Vitti
Dramma Della Gelosia (1970) Ettore Scola; Marcello Mastroianni, Monica Vitti


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In Italian with English subtitles. This film is also known as Jealousy, Italian Style; A Drama of Jealousy (With All the Details); and The Pizza Triangle.

Widescreen. Directed by Ettore Scola. Dramma Della Gelosia is a freewheeling satire of Italian mores, hilarious despite its outwardly morbid plotline. The story is told in a long flashback involving Monica Vitti, middle-aged Communist bricklayer Marcello Mastroianni, and young pizza chef Giancarlo Giannini. The married Mastrioanni falls in love with Vitti, but Giannini gets in the way. A fight results, after which the girl is hospitalized. Declaring a truce, the three lovers move in together, allowing Vitti time to decide whom she loves best. The subsequent discord nearly results in the girl's suicide; she moves out and takes up with butcher Hercules Cortes, but returns to Gianinni when he attempts suicide. The now unemployed and unmarried Mastrioanni shows up, and when Vitti refuses again to commit herself to any one man, another fight results...

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Pizza Triangle (Drama Della Gelosia) June 3, 2017
Reviewer: John from Stamford , CT United States  
So happy to have found your website. The DVD was perfect.....have been searching for it for years. Excellent service. Thank you

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4 of 5 The inner-child given free rein. June 13, 2016
Reviewer: James from SE PA United States  
When a dramatically indecisive woman proves to be a wonderful thing - for us, if not the two lotharios in her life. Monica Vitti's character, as turmoil ridden as she is, is the glue that holds the center of this whacky romance. Her and Mastroianni's initial union is so odd, and the background music so weepish, I was dreading the thought of finishing the film, but as soon as Giancarlo Giannini entered the picture things really took off. The movie poster? The moment pictured is but a second away from another preposterous scene. Mastroianni impresses me beyond words with how much range he has as an actor, from film to film, no one character reminding me of another.

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4 of 5 Great job!! September 12, 2014
Reviewer: Bob Verini from Van Nuys, CA United States  
I've been hunting this one down for decades and it lived up to my hopes. Thank you for bringing such gems back to the public eye.

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