♦♦ Amos Vogel’s “Film as a Subversive Art” ♦♦
Sentenced to life imprisonment for illegal activities, Italian International member Giulio Manieri holds on to his political ideals while struggling against madness in the loneliness of his prison cell.
Directors: Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani. AKA St. Michael Had a Rooster.
Writers: Leo Tolstoy (story “The Divine and the Human”), Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani.
Stars: Giulio Brogi, Daniele Dublino, Renato Cestiè, Virginia Ciuffini, Vittorio Fanfoni, Renato Scarpa, Sergio Serafini, Vito Cipolla, Marcello Di Martire, Francesco Sanvilli, Giuseppe Scarcella.
1972 Chicago International Film Festival – Nominated for the Gold Hugo.