The Wolves (film)
Director Giuseppe De Santis
|Writer Tonino Guerra, Ivo Perilli, Elio Petri, Tullio Pinelli, Ugo Pirro, Gianni Puccini, Cesare Zavattini|
Release date 1956
The Wolves (Italian: Uomini e lupi) is a 1956 Italian neorealistic drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.
In a small mountain village in Abruzzo, near L'Aquila, two young hunters of wolves fight therselves. The two are Ricuccio and Giovanni, who enjoy both the beautiful commoner Teresa. The two, risking their lives every day in the snow during the wolf hunts, also risk death because they are in constant conflict.
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