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Director  Francesco Rosi
Duration  
Country  Italy
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, History, War
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Language  italian, Russian, etc.
Writer  Tonino Guerra, Primo Levi
Release date  April 24, 1998
Music director  Luis Bacalov, Irving Berlin
Screenplay  Francesco Rosi, Tonino Guerra, Stefano Rulli, Sandro Petraglia
Cast  John Turturro (Primo Levi), Rade Serbedzija (The Greek), Massimo Ghini (Cesare), Claudio Bisio (Ferrari)
Similar movies  Related Francesco Rosi movies

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The Truce (Italian: La Tregua) is a 1997 film directed by Francesco Rosi, written by Tonino Guerra, based on Primo Levi's memoir, The Truce. The film deals with Primo Levi's experiences returning to Italy in 1945 after the Red Army liberated the concentration camp at Auschwitz during the Second World War. This was Rosi's final film before his death in 2015.

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Plot

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Although liberated on January 27, 1945, Levi did not reach Turin until October 19 of that year. After spending some time in a Soviet camp for former concentration camp inmates, he embarked on an arduous journey home in the company of Italian former prisoners of war from the Italian Army in Russia. His long railway journey home to Turin took him on a circuitous route from Poland, through Russia, Romania, Hungary, Austria and Germany.

Cast

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  • John Turturro - Primo Levi
  • Rade Šerbedžija - The Greek (Morda Naum)
  • Massimo Ghini - Cesare
  • Stefano Dionisi - Daniele
  • Teco Celio - Col. Rovi
  • Roberto Citran - Unverdorben
  • Claudio Bisio - Ferrari
  • Andy Luotto - D'Agata
  • Agnieszka Wagner - Galina
  • Lorenza Indovina - Flora
  • Marina Gerasimenko - Maria Fyodorovna
  • Igor Bezgin - Yegorov
  • Aleksandr Ilyin - The Mongol
  • Vyacheslav Olkhovskiy - Lt. Sergei
  • Anatoli Vasilyev - Dr. Gotlieb
  • Awards

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    This film won the David for Best Director, Best Film and Best Producer at the David di Donatello Awards. It also won the Audience Award at the São Paulo International Film Festival.

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    It was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

    Reception

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    Whereas the film can be seen as belonging to the tradition of the "cinema of prose," it also contributes to the "cinema of poetry," as defined by Pier Paolo Pasolini.

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    Brian Webster, writing for the Apollo Guide, finds the film "a war story with little violence and virtually no sentimentality. If you're not ready for it, you might find The Truce passing before your eyes without making much of an impact. It doesn't smack you in the face with a powerful message, but instead works its way inside you more gradually."


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    References

    The Truce (1997 film) Wikipedia
    The Truce (1997 film) IMDb The Truce (1997 film) themoviedb.org


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