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A Woman Has Killed

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Director  Vittorio Cottafavi
Cinematography  Bitto Albertini
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Country  Italy
6.8/10 IMDb

Music director  Renzo Rossellini
Genre  Drama
Language  Italian
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Writer  Siro Angeli, Giorgio Capitani, Vittorio Cottafavi
Release date  4 January 1952
Cast  Frank Latimore (Capt. Roy Prescott), Lianella Carell (Anna), Umberto Spadaro (Anna's Father), Alessandro Serbaroli (Larry (as Alex Serbaroli)), Vera Palumbo (Carla)
Similar movies  Related Vittorio Cottafavi movies

A Woman Has Killed (Italian:Una Donna ha ucciso) is a 1952 Italian melodrama crime film directed by Vittorio Cottafavi. While on a train journey a young woman tells another passenger how she murdered her husband, a British army officer. It is a neorealist film, based on the real story of Lidia Cirillo, who appears in the film.

The film's sets were designed by the art director Ottavio Scotti.

Cast

  • Frank Latimore as Capt. Roy Prescott
  • Lianella Carell as Anna
  • Alessandro Serbaroli as Larry (as Alex Serbaroli)
  • Vera Palumbo as Carla
  • Umberto Spadaro as Padre di Anna
  • Marika Rowsky
  • Celeste AĆ­da
  • Diego Muni
  • Vincenzo Milazzo
  • Pia De Doses
  • Lidia Cirillo
  • References

    A Woman Has Killed Wikipedia
    A Woman Has Killed IMDb A Woman Has Killed themoviedb.org


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