The Moro Affair
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|The Moro Affair|
Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Giuseppe Ferrara|
|Produced by||Mauro Berardi|
|Written by||Robert Katz
|Starring||Gian Maria Volontè|
|Music by||Pino Donaggio|
|Edited by||Roberto Perpignani|
Italy, 1978. The days of the imprisonment of Christian Democrat statesman kidnapped and murdered by the Red Brigades. A work discussed and contradictory that outshines the Moro politician to focus on the human drama.
- Gian Maria Volontè as Aldo Moro
- Mattia Sbragia as 1st Brigadist
- Bruno Zanin as 2nd Brigadist
- Consuelo Ferrara as 3rd Brigadist
- Enrica Maria Modugno as 4th Brigadist
- Enrica Rosso as 5th Urigadist
- Maurizio Donadoni as 6th Brigadist
- Stefano Abbati as 7th Brigadist
- Danilo Mattei as 8th Brigadist
- Massimo Tedde as 9th Brigadist
- Francesco Capitano as 10th Brigadist
- Margarita Lozano as Nora Moro
- Sergio Rubini as Giovanni Moro
- Daniela De Silva as Maria Fida Moro
- Emanuela Taschini as Anna Moro
- Carlo Gaudio. Il Cinema Civile di Gian Maria Volonté (in Italian). Edizioni Nuova Cultura, 2014, p. 153. ISBN 9788868123710.
- "Cinema a Roma - prime visioni - Il caso Moro" (PDF) (in Italian). www.unita.it. Retrieved 2016-10-30.
- "Cinema - Prime visioni a Biella - Il caso Moro" (in Italian). www.lastampa.it. Retrieved 2016-10-30.
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