IFF21 Amore

IFF21 Amore

IFF21 Amore


An anthology film centered on two separate women both played by Anna Magnani, Rossellini’s L’Amore comprises two short films about love and loneliness. In “The Human Voice” based on a play by Jean Cocteau, a woman makes a last-ditch attempt to save her relationship over the phone. In “The Miracle” based on a story by Federico Fellini, a peasant woman believes she is pregnant with the son of God.

“Two fierce sketches from Roberto Rossellini.” - CinePassion

Festivals & Awards
WINNER – Nastro d’Argento 1949, Best Actress
WINNER – New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1950, Best Foreign Language Film
Rating: E18+
Runtime: 69 mins

Session Times

Eastend Cinemas
Sun, Nov 7:

Prospect Cinemas
Fri, Oct 29:

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