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Carlo Bernari

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Name  Carlo Bernari

Role  Author
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Died  October 22, 1992, Rome, Italy
Movies  The Four Days of Naples, The Climax, High School
Books  Era l'anno del sole quieto, Il grande letto
Nominations  Strega Prize, Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
Similar People  Vasco Pratolini, Nanni Loy, Massimo Franciosa, Pasquale Festa Campanile, Tullio Pinelli

L'attualità di "Tre Operai" di Carlo Bernari

Carlo Bernari (born in Naples on October 13, 1909; died in Rome on October 22, 1992) is the pseudonym under which Italian author Carlo Bernard is known.


Life and career

He had no formal education after grade seven, when he was expelled, but read widely in philosophy and art. At an early point he became interested in avant-garde art and experimentalism. He also became close to leftist intellectuals and artists His first novel, Tre Operai (Three Workers), concerned workers issues in Naples. The book may have been a precursor to neo-realism and reportedly angered Benito Mussolini who felt there was Communism in it.


In 1950 he shared the Viareggio Prize with Francesco Jovine. In 1962 he was nominated for an Academy Award For Best Original Screenplay for his work on the screenplay of The Four Days of Naples.

Selected filmography

  • The Two Sergeants (1936)
  • References

    Carlo Bernari Wikipedia

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