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Era notte a Roma is a 1960 Italian war film epic directed by Roberto Rossellini. In France the film is known as Les Évadés de la nuit, and in the USA Escape by Night. It is also known internationally as Blackout in Rome. In keeping with his previous film Generale Della Rovere, filmmaker Roberto Rossellini pursues a wartime theme in this 145-minute "personal epic" Era Notte a Roma. The story concerns three Allied POWS, who escape from their camp and hide out in Rome. The trio is given shelter by a beautiful young woman. The three prisoners (one is Russian, one English, one American) display a genuine warmth towards each other that probably is meant to reflect the joint effort the three countries had in fighting Nazi Germany. Their effort is depicted heroically as they escaped together and helped each other in their joint quest to rejoin their respective armies. See this link for a thorough review of the movie, http://www.cinemathequeontario.ca/filmdetail.aspx?filmId=146. For reasons...
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