Three Strangers in Rome
Director Claudio Gora
Music director Nino P. Tassone
Running time 1h 36m
Writer Arpad DeRiso
|Release date November 2, 1958 (1958-11-02)|
Cast Yvonne Monlaur, Claudia Cardinale, Françoise Danell, Luciano Marin, Roy Ciccolini, Leonardo Botta
Screenplay Arpad DeRiso, Carlo Veo, Carlo Moscovini
Similar movies Claudia Cardinale appears in Three Strangers in Rome and South Wind
Tre straniere a Roma, also known as Three Strangers in Rome, is a 1958 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Claudio Gora starring Claudia Cardinale. The film was one of the very first movies with Claudia Cardinale in a leading role.
Three girls from Milan dreaming of a holiday in Rome arrive in the city by train and decide to pretend to be wealthy Danish girls to attract three good looking young men who offer them a guided tour through the landmarks of the city. The girls accept and make the guys spend a fortune, but one evening they get drunk and one of them incidentally reveals they are not Danish and are only from Milan. The guys get upset and plan their revenge, but in the end they make up.
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