Three Forbidden Stories

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Three Forbidden Stories
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Directed by Augusto Genina
Written by Augusto Genina
Vitaliano Brancati
Ercole Patti
Mino Maccari
Ivo Perilli
Cinematography G.R. Aldo
Release date
  • 1952 (1952)
Language Italian

Three Forbidden Stories (Italian : Tre storie proibite) is a 1952 Italian drama film directed by Augusto Genina. [1] It is loosely based on the same real events that inspired Giuseppe De Santis' Rome 11:00 . [2]



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  1. "Rassegna cinematografica - Tre storie proibite [review]". Corriere della Sera . 4 November 1952. p. 4.
  2. Morreale, Emiliano (8 October 2012). Così piangevano: Il cinema melò nell'Italia degli anni cinquanta (in Italian). Donzelli Editore. pp. 198–9. ISBN   978-88-6036-790-7.