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Sophia Loren: Yesterday Today and Tomorrow /Two Women [Import]


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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Ent Programs Inc
  • Release Date: March 18 2008
  • Run Time: 218 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B001139ZGA

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I thought Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, was not one of Sophia's best movies, and it was very long. On the other hand Two Women was one of her best movies. It was a story of a mother and daughter who survive the injustices of war. Sophia and her daughter were brutally raped by soldiers. It was an intricate, and moving story of two women and their relationship...A daughters innocence torn away, and how a brave mother who fights to bring her daughter back to know her own self worth. I found that I had problems trying to view the 2nd movie first, for some reason I could not do this. Possibly my machine, but I have never had this experience before. I would only buy a DVD with Two Women, as this movie stands on its own. I would rate two women as a 4 star...It's too bad they teamed it up with a movie that does not compare.
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Amazon.com: 14 reviews
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
"Two Women" print quality is poor. Nov. 9 2009
By Film Buff - Published on Amazon.com
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There are some major problems with the print of "Two Women".
1. In spite of the box claiming the film was digitally re-mastered, it is
grainy and unfocused--difficult to watch on a large HD screen.
2. The aspect ratio of the film was cut from 1.66:1 to full-screen TV (1.33:1).
3. English is dubbed.

"Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow was not similarly altered. It is fine.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Two Dynamite Movies! Sept. 5 2010
By Lady Pennington - Published on Amazon.com
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Two Women is one of my favorite movies. This is when Sophia Loren showed everyone she is not just a beautiful face and awesome Breasts. Her acting is more powerful than most Actresses can do these days. In real life Ms. Loren had lived through the horrors of war, and she had to reopen many of those terrible memories to do this film. And she did. This is a movie you will never forget!

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow was another great movie. not as powerful as Two Women, but great in it's own way. Sophia and Marcello had magic chemistry between them, and this film really shone with it. Ms. Loren showed to the world that she can do many different scenes, like humor which is hard for anyone to do. And her Strip Tease act was hot. This movie will always be part of my collection.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
a great collector's item for sophia and marcelo fans. Aug. 19 2009
By sexy dancer - Published on Amazon.com
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these two movies reminded me when i saw it in my high school days during the 60s. i have watched all the films of sophia loren and marcelo mastroianni and this movie "yesterday, today and tomorrow" are one of their best movies together especially directed by vittorio de sica. and for the price of one you get 2 superb movies (part 2 is the movie "two women" also directed by vittorio de sica. the story line for the "yesterday..." for 3 episodes are very realistic and sometimes kinda weird but these are great storylines and realistically well acted and directed. i highly recommend this 2 movies in one dvd for those serious collectors of sophia and marcelo's works of art.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Print Quality, Formats May 17 2011
By Dane Arrow - Published on Amazon.com
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YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW is presented in its original aspect ratio, widescreen, in Italian with English subtitles. The color, quality and sound is very good.

TWO WOMEN is presented in the print version that was aired on US television in the 1960s. This is the only DVD format I've found in years of looking. It is from an old, poor quality print that has been cut from 1:66 widescreen to standard format 1:33. It is dubbed in English, however the dubbing is done by Sophia Loren and the other actors, and is quite good. Even with the inferior quality of the print and the standard format, it is well worth having this great film in your collection.

Hopefully someone will remaster TWO WOMEN for DVD in its original widescreen format, in Italian with optional subtitles.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Better Off Streaming July 10 2013
By GHD - Published on Amazon.com
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I desperately wanted to see Vittorio De Sica's TWO WOMEN and Sophia Loren's Academy Award winning performance so I took a chance in purchasing this off-brand DVD, "Sophia Loren Classics." This version would have more value if it were sold as a coaster. I don't know what's worse the audio (can it be called audio?) or the video. It's like 5th or 6th generation VHS; not worth a thin dime. The movie is streamable online and I cannot imagine it being worse. It is a highly cynical thing, to manufacture and sell any film in this condition. But it is particularly offensive to misrepresent a great film this way -- and have the temerity to charge money for it. Caveat emptor!

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