In this interesting Italian WW II comedy-drama, the residents of a remote Italian village find their lives forever changed when two American GIs break out of a German prison camp and hide out in their town. The fugitives are harbored by a local family. This divides the town into those wanting to protect them and those fearing German retribution. When a young German officer arrives to watch the town, tension mounts.
Director: Luigi Zampa.
Stars: Aldo Fabrizi, Gar Moore, Mirella Monti, John Kitzmiller, Heinrich Bode, Ave Ninchi, Ernesto Almirante, Nando Bruno, Aldo Silvani, Gino Cavalieri, Piero Palermini, Franco Serpilli.
1947 New York Film Critics Awards – Winner Best Foreign Language Film.
AKA To Live in Peace
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