Los Angeles: Zenith, 1964. Collection of eight vintage studio still photographs from the US release of the 1962 Italian film. All with a stamp noting production No. 65-527 on the verso, and seven with the same stamp on the bottom right corner of the recto.
After many years living in northern Italy, a factory worker takes his wife and children on a vacation to his rural Sicilian hometown, where he is unknowingly conscripted into performing a hit for the local mob boss. One of the first Italian films to address the Mafia, a pitch-black satire of class difference and Italian twentieth century culture.
Set and shot on location in Sicily, New Jersey, and New York.
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
Criterion Collection 424.
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