Antonio Pietrangeli

Marcello Mastroianni is the picture of continental cool in this 1960 comedy, but the story belongs to the women. Adua and her Friends is a comedy about Roman prostitutes who open a bordello in the countryside disguised as a trattoria. more

Feb 11, 2015 1:35 PM Home Movies

<p> Somewhat stylish (what Italian movie isn't?) and peppered by an endearing musical score, <em>The Visitor</em> (1963) was probably intended more for domestic audiences than the international art house set. And yet, it's not only sexually fran.. more

Mar 27, 2012 1:27 PM I Hate Hollywood

At first glance, and even at second look, the prostitutes of Adua and her Friends don't have it so bad. Although a newly passed law banned their bordello from the city of Rome, one gets the impression of high spirits and camaraderie. In this au.. more

Jun 30, 2011 3:37 PM I Hate Hollywood

The Fifth is Mahler’s most accessible symphony,perhaps because it is structurally t Death in Venice ,Classical Music/Dance more

Sep 23, 2009 12:00 AM Classical Music

However fleetingly, Cowboy Mouth tasted success in the mid-’90s with their minor hit “Jenny Says,” a rollicking example of the group’s rootsy alt-rock, and also the only one to experience radio exposure beyond college stations. Rat more

Jun 27, 2009 12:00 AM Today in Milwaukee