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Marriage Italian Style [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Alfio Vita, Alberto Castaldi, Aldo Puglisi
  • Directors: Vittorio De Sica
  • Producers: Carlo Ponti
  • Format: Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Mongrel Media
  • Release Date: May 17 2011
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,796 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Sophia Loren stars in this comedy about a successful businessman who kept a woman as his mistress for several years and now plans to marry another woman, until his mistress pretends to be on her deathbed to induce him to marry her before she dies.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Martel on April 25 2015
Format: Blu-ray
NOTE TO AMAZON: Will you PLEASE delete the stupid commentaries/reviews from 8-10 years ago of the DVD version of Marriage Italian Style and show the Blu-ray review(s) ONLY? Casey Broadwater's review on is an excellent reference for anyone wishing to buy the 2011 Blu-ray release of this very good and funny 1964 movie starring the ever sexy Sophia Loren and the always great Marcello Mastroianni. And as a bonus (so to speak) it's directed by the legendary Vittorio De Sica. What more do you want?
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Valerio on Dec 30 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The picture quality of this DVD resembles a very old video tape of the poorest quality, even though the Amazon web site and the product packaging describe it as 'Digitally remastered'. The quality is so bad that it actually hurts your eyes to watch the movie, as it is very `grainy'.
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83 of 90 people found the following review helpful
Terrible quality Dec 13 2005
By fred movie - Published on
Format: DVD
Hands off - this great movie was transfered to DVD in the worst quality I've ever seen. The whole item is simply garbage.

I was really looking forward to the release of that film, but the result is not only disappointing but also a disaster. Of course, one can not always demand a transfer quality on the level that criterion has established with its releases ("divorce italian style", to cite just one example of that great collection), but there is a minimum of quality standards to be followed.

Although amazon is neither responsible for the content nor the quality standards of the offered products, they should be able to find a way to rate new products in the DVD section initially. Especially from a point of view that has its focus in reviewing the picture transfer, audio quality, language and subtitle options.

Considering this item, I would recommend to delete it from the sales list. In my humble opinion, customer service means, to prevent people from purchasing products like that one.....
65 of 72 people found the following review helpful
Awful transfer Dec 1 2005
By Jeffrey Rosen - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Avoid this until a legitimate version is released. The English subtitled version is pan and scan from a dupey print with limited subtitles and grain the size of boulders. PLEASE save your money. The Italian only is a hair better in that it is anamorhic, but still a subpar picture (and no subtitles). Assume film is Public Domain for this is the worst DVD I've ever purchased.....
45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
Major Disappointment Jan. 11 2006
By big nick - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I saw the last 20 minutes of this movie on TV several years ago and have been waiting for it to become available on DVD ever since. What a disappointment! As other reviewers have stated over and over, the quality is terrible. So why did I give it 2 stars instead of the lowest rating? First it is a great movie. Second, for reasons which I do not understand, the quality is good if you do not use subtitles. So if you understand Italian I can recommend it. Otherwise, don't waste your money.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Good film, mediocre tape Jan. 15 2002
By E. McElroy - Published on
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
Others have commented on the film's classic status so I won't repeat those comments here. Instead, I just want to warn potential purchasers of the video quality. The picture lacks resolution and colors are smeared with poor edge integrity (meaning the colors of objects smear into adjacent areas). The colors are also artificially intense. Overall, the copy quality is about on a par with that of real-time dubs using home VHS equipment. Given that we now live in a world of high quality [price]tapes from the major studios, the quality of this tape given its extremely high price is ludicrous. The rating is three stars: 4 for the movie and 2 for the tape copy (I have seen poorer quality tapes but at least the sellers charged a price consistent with the quality of the tapes).
Note: For future readers, this review applies to the videotape copy of the film sold by Jef Films during the year 2001 ...
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Sophia Loren's Tour-De-Force Performance And A Great Forgotten Film Dec 17 2009
By boopkid - Published on
I've been patiently waiting for a decent version of this movie to come along and FINALLY an excellent one has arrived in this DVD, wide screen and all. The picture is clear and crisp, colors are rich and bright and the sound is excellent. It would have been nice to have extras, like old premiere footage, commentaries by Loren, etc., but who's complaining we have the real deal- the movie. After all, this is a film that brought Sophia her second Oscar nomination, a David Di Donatello award (Italy's Oscar), a Moscow Film Festival Award and other international awards. In my humble opinion, this is without a doubt Sophia Loren's finest acting performance, it even surpasses her greatest performances in "Two Women" and "A Special Day" and I say this because it is such a well rounded role, allowing her to run the gamut from comedy to drama, and she does so with great depth. No one laughs, suffers or cries more convincingly on the screen than the divine Loren, and director Vittorio de Sica knew how to extract the best that she had to give. The story is told through his and hers flashbacks and takes Sophia (Filumena) from her late teens to a middle aged woman,so multi faceted, running Loren from naive prostitute in worn torn Italy, to savvy kept woman, to conniving business woman to being a faithful mother;young or old, she shines and looks beautiful, commanding the screen with a fire and poignant dignity that leave you breathless. Add to this her wonderful partner Marcello Mastroianni and you have a solid if unusual love story which tugs at the heart Italian style. There is a scene were Sophia has to sign a lease to her first apartment, she is so gleeful and happy that she will finally have something of her own, and it is comical and heartbreaking at the same time, seeing her with great pride trying to form the letters to her name as she signs the document with almost child like innocence, it is here where you see the majesty of her comedic talent, seamlessly crossing the fine line between comedy and pathos and pulling it off with poignancy and truth. A true classic of Italian cinema, it opened to critical raves in 1964 and should be forever treasured by audiences young and old. Acting and directing don't get any better than this folks- BUY IT and savor this very fine film, I couldn't recommend it more. If you would like to see a photo montage video preview, please check out my tribute video of this film on everyone's favorite video website (which I rather not name), it features chronological photos of the plot set to the romantic song from the movie...just look up videos by boopkid.