Death in Venice Alfa Cinematografica ; produced and directed by Luchino Visconti ; screenplay by Luchino Visconti, Nicola Badalucco.

By: Mannino, FrancoContributor(s): Mastroianni, Ruggero | De Santis, Pasquale | Mann, Thomas | Mahler, Gustav | Mangano, Silvana | Andresen, Bjn̜ | Berenson, Marisa | Bogarde, Dirk | Badalucco, Nicola | Visconti, Luchino | Accademia di Santa Cecilia | New Video (Firm) | Warner Home Video | Alfa CinematograficaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York New York Warner Home Video Inc. New Video [distributor] 1981 Description: 1 videocassette (130 min.) sd., col. 1/2 inSubject(s): Feature films | Homosexuality in motion pictures | German literature | Moving-pictures, ItalianLOC classification: VidAbstract: An aging, homosexual world-famous composer and conductor pursues his ob sessional quest for ideal beauty in Venice, Italy circa 1911. Drawn to a lovely young boy, his secret love is unrequited, and he succumbs to cholera when an e pidemic hits the Lido Isle.
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Dubbed into English.

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Originally produced as motion picture in 1971 with the title: Morte a Venezia.

Based on: Tod in Venedig /Thomas Mann.

A foreign film (Italy)

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Photography, Pasquale de Santis ; editor, Ruggero Mastroianni ; music, Gustav Mahler, performed by the National Academy Orchestra of Santa Cecilia, conducted by Franco Mannino.

Dirk Bogarde, Bjr̲n Andresen, Silvana Mangano, Marisa Berenson.

An aging, homosexual world-famous composer and conductor pursues his obsession al quest for ideal beauty in Venice, Italy circa 1911. Drawn to a lovely young boy, his secret love is unrequited, and he succumbs to cholera when an epidemic hits the Lido Isle.

MPAA rating: PG

An aging, homosexual world-famous composer and conductor pursues his ob sessional quest for ideal beauty in Venice, Italy circa 1911. Drawn to a lovely young boy, his secret love is unrequited, and he succumbs to cholera when an e pidemic hits the Lido Isle.

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