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Bologna is an important city situated in the Northern part of Italy. It has so many beautiful places including classical buildings, huge gothic churches, and monumental fountains. For these reasons, some movies have been made and here are the most popular ones. Released as slowly – radio Alice, this movie depicts an event that happened for real in Bologna’s 1977. It discusses the years of tension, terrorism, political militancy and so on. It was entered into the 61st Venice international film festival, where the duo of TommasoRamenghi and Marco Luisi went home with the Marcello Mastroianni Award. The movie showcases the lifestyle and value of the people of Bologna the way it is during the late 70s, even though it was shot in 2004. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Jack Frusciante È Uscito Dal Gruppo
If you’ve ever fallen in love in secondary school, then you need to see this movie. Jack Frusciante è uscito dal gruppo is a movie about two teenagers who found love and couldn’t let each other go. It was adapted from a novel that was popular among all teenagers in Bologna, where the city is portrayed as the real protagonist. Some of the popular places in Bologna that featured in the movie includes Quadrilatero food market, and Piazza Santo Stefano – regarded as the most beautiful square in the city. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Gli Amici Del Bar Margherita
Since the boom in the 1950s, Italian bars have become something more than just a place to drink coffee. Direct by directed by PupiAvati, the movie which translates as ‘The Friends at the Margherita Café’ is one such that shows the Italian culture of going to bars. Shot inside some of the most iconic bars within the city, it offers an insight into the lifestyle of the locals that promotes connections, interactions, friendships, and so on. Even though the title of the movie says Margherita, it wasn’t shot there; it was shot at Billi Bar. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Hanno Rubato Un Tram (They Stole A Tram) (1954)
Directed by and starring in the lead role Aldo Fabrizi, Hanno rubato un tram is the film that gave bologna its national recognition. It was shot in black and white and offered so many monumental sceneries within the entire city. Since it’s a comedy, there are so much to enjoy in the whole plot as the whole movie ran for 91 minutes. They stole a Tram is a great Italian movie with so much entertainment value for the audience. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Impiegati or Bank Clerks
Yet another very popular and highly rated movie filmed in Bologna. Impiegati is an Italian Comedy-Drama that was written and directed by Pupi Avati. It discusses some of the most potent issues within the banking industry as about the Italian corporate culture. For the most of the comedy, the issue of friendship and competition is firmly addressed offering viewers an opportunity to reflect on their own lives in terms of their relationship with other people. Impiegati showcases very popular places in Bologna especially the modern area of Fiera District.