Il Giornale d'Italia
Il Giornale d'Italia was an important and innovative daily newspaper founded in Rome in 1901 and closed in 1976.
Approximately one hour and 34 minutes into Michelangelo Antonioni's film L'Eclisse, Alain Delon's character, a stock trader on the Roman bourse, is lying on his bed reading the nightly edition as he talks on the phone. He then picks up another paper, Paese Sera, and finishes his conversation.
The current magazine of the same name, an organ of the political movement Pensionati uomini vivi, is an unrelated publication.
Felice Borsato, "Terza pagina: cento anni di giornalismo d'autore", in ''L'Opinione, January, 2002
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