The Witches

(1967)

Overview

Five short stories loosely dealing with the roles of women in society. A superstar actress travels to a mountain resort, only to evoke jealousy from women and lust from men. A woman offers to take an injured man to the hospital. A widowed father and his son seek for a new wife/mother. A man seeks revenge for a woman's honor. A bored housewife tries to explain to her husband that he's not as romantic as he used to be.

  1. Mauro Bolognini

    Director, Writer

  2. Pier Paolo Pasolini

    Director, Writer

  3. Franco Rossi

    Director, Writer

  4. Vittorio De Sica

    Director

  5. Luchino Visconti

    Director

  6. Roberto Gianviti

    Writer

  7. Fabio Carpi

    Writer

  8. Luigi Magni

    Writer

  9. Bernardino Zapponi

    Writer

  10. Giuseppe Patroni Griffi

    Writer

  11. Enzo Muzii

    Writer

  12. Cesare Zavattini

    Writer

  13. Furio Scarpelli

    Writer

  14. Agenore Incrocci

    Writer

Facts

Original Title Le streghe

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 12, 1969
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 45m

Budget -

Revenue -

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