St. Michael Had a Rooster
|St. Michael Had a Rooster|
|Directed by||Paolo and Vittorio Taviani|
|Produced by||Giuliani G. De Negri|
|Written by||Paolo and Vittorio Taviani|
|Music by||Benedetto Ghiglia|
|Edited by||Roberto Perpignani|
St. Michael Had a Rooster (Italian: San Michele aveva un gallo) is a 1972 Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. It is an adaptation of Tolstoy's novel The Divine and the Human.
The film was described as "A charming fable about the political and existential conflict between utopian socialism and scientific socialism, between two ways of understanding the revolution, the anarchist one and the Marxist one".
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- Giulio Brogi as Giulio Manieri
- Renato Scarpa as Battistrada
- Daniele Dublino as The Prison Guard
- Renato Cestiè
- Pier Marco De Santi. I film di Paolo e Vittorio Taviani. Gremese Editore, 1988.
- Morando Morandini. Il Morandini - Dizionario dei Film 2000. Zanichelli, 1999.
- Pierre-Henri Deleau. Les Réalisateurs de la Quinzaine. Quinzaine, 1988.
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