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Gli Indifferenti (1964) Claudia Cardinale, Rod Steiger, Paulette Goddard
Gli Indifferenti (1964) Claudia Cardinale, Rod Steiger, Paulette Goddard


 
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In Italian with English subtitles. Note: In many Italian productions in which some of the lead actors could not speak Italian, they spoke their lines in English and their voices were later overdubbed. Such is the case here.

In "Time of Indifference," Leo (Rod Steiger) is an aristocrat whose family fortunes have plummeted. Leo (Rod Steiger) is an aristocrat whose family fortunes have plummeted in this downbeat melodrama. He seeks to reverse his money problems by courting the wealthy Mariagrazia (Paulette Goddard), throwing over his former lover Lisa (Shelley Winters) in his quest to continue his posh lifestyle. Mariagrazia is too caught up in the attention of the charming, conniving Leo to notice that he also makes a play for her daughter Carla (Claudia Cardinale). Mariagarzia continues to want Leo even after he gains control of family fortune and property. This was Goddard's final big-screen appearance.

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worth seeing August 23, 2014
Reviewer: Paul S from Jackson Heights, NY United States  
Strong drama with excellent performance by all - and it's fun seeing Steiger, Goddard and especially Shelley Winters speaking dubbed Italian.

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Great cast. April 1, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Honolulu, HI United States  
Nice quality print of an interesting Italian film.  What a cast:  Claudia Cardinale, Rod Steiger, Shelley Winters, Paulette Goddard!

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Gli Indifferenti - gripping drama October 6, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from New York, NY United States  
MovieDetective's DVD of this film is sharp and beautiful - very important because the black and white cinematography is outstanding; it also provides the uncut version, long unobtainable in the United States. Film follows Moravia's first novel closely. Music is appropriately austere. Cast is superb, particularly Paulette Goddard in her last theatrical film.

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