Overview

ROME, OPEN CITY is a landmark in film history. Filmed in secrecy during the Nazi occupation of Italy, the film shows a realistic portrayal of the underground resistance in Italy in 1945. The film has strong impacting imagery with its mix of fiction and reality that strengthened Italian Neo-realism and the film industry.

  1. Sergio Amidei

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Roberto Rossellini

    Director, Screenplay

  3. Federico Fellini

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Aldo Fabrizi

    Aldo Fabrizi

    Don Pietro Pellegrini

  2. Anna Magnani

    Anna Magnani

    Pina

  3. Marcello Pagliero

    Marcello Pagliero

    Giorgio Manfredi aka Luigi Ferraris

  4. Francesco Grandjacquet

    Francesco Grandjacquet

    Francesco

  5. Harry Feist

    Harry Feist

    Major Fritz Bergmann

Full Cast & Crew

Rome, Open City
Rome, Open City

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Facts

Original Title Roma città aperta

Status Released

Release Information

  • February 25, 1946
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 40m

Budget -

Revenue -

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