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  2. Cinema Paradiso - Wikipedia

    Cinema Paradiso was shot in director Tornatore's hometown Bagheria, Sicily, as well as Cefalù on the Tyrrhenian Sea. The famous town square is Piazza Umberto I in the village of Palazzo Adriano, about 30 miles to the south of Palermo.

  3. Cinema Paradiso - Official Site - Miramax

    Synopsis Cinema Paradiso is the beautiful, enchanting story of a young boy's lifelong love affair with the movies. Set in an Italian village, Salvatore finds himself enchanted by the flickering images at the Cinema Paradiso, yearning for the secret of the cinema's magic.

  4. Watch Cinema Paradiso (English Subtitled) | Prime Video

    ‘Nuovo Cinema Paradiso’ [Italian pronunciation: 'nw''vo 't'i'nema para'di'zo], "New Paradise Cinema"], internationally released as ‘CINEMA PARADISO’ and is a 1988 Italian drama film written and directed by Giuseppe Tornatore.

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  5. Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (1988) - Rotten Tomatoes

    "Cinema Paradiso" is a charming drama about friendship, childhood and the magic of cinema. Philippe Noiret and Salvatore Cascio are the standout performers; they have excellent chemistry during the...

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  6. Cinema Paradiso movie review & film summary (1990) | Roger Ebert

    There is a village priest in "Cinema Paradiso" who is the local cinema's most faithful client. He turns up every week like clockwork, to censor the films. As the old projectionist shows the movies to his audience of one, the priest sits with his hand poised over a bell, the kind that altar boys use.

  7. Cinema Paradiso (1988) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    In post-World War II Sicily, at the small village of Giancaldo, the fatherless eight-year-old boy, Salvatore "Totò" Di Vita, befriends Alfredo, the grizzled projectionist of the local Cinema Paradiso, and gains a mentor, and the father he never had.

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