Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

  • Director: Vittorio De Sica
  • Writer: Eduardo De Filippo,Isabella Quarantotti,Alberto Mo
  • Countries of origin: Italy, France
  • Language: Italian
  • Release date: March 17, 1964
  • Runtime: 1 hour 59 minutes
  • Sound mix: Mono
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Gestern, heute und morgen
  • "Ieri oggi domani" is a comedy-romance film directed by Vittorio de Sica starring Sofia Loren and Marcelo Mastroianni.
    The film tells three emotional stories that happened in Italy.

    Details

    • Release date March 17, 1964
    • Filming locations Via Giuseppe Piazzi, Naples, Campania, Italy
    • Production companies Compagnia Cinematografica Champion, Les Films Concordia

    Movie reviews

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    • By Maia 2022-12-17 07:24:05

      Ieri, oggi, domani

      The film directed by famous director Vittorio de Sica is a stellar comedy, which can be divided into three parts. The first is about a woman who specializes in selling foreign cigarettes on the black market and never gets a taste of being behind bars, because the law at the time prohibits arrests of pregnant women and women six months after giving birth. So after giving birth, she urged her husband to make love, so she escaped the fate of being imprisoned, but she ended up in jail because...

    • By 晓雪 2022-07-07 19:20:11

      Sex and Law, Sex and Money, Sex and Religion

      Text/caesarphoenix

      1. I downloaded the MiniSD version of TLF. The picture quality is not very clear, the subtitles are messed up, many places are not translated, and the translated timeline is not correct. It needs to be re-synchronized constantly. In the future, I have time to collect Zhang D9, I need to review it.

      2. This is a three-part film, starring Sophia Loren and Mastroianni in all three parts. Desica's films have only seen "Bicycle Thief" before, but Mastroianni...

    • By Laverne 2022-07-07 19:10:59

      Three days and three cities

      It's been a long time since I saw this movie. At that time, I was just a sophomore, I changed my dormitory and the same room, I didn't buy a PS2, I didn't start watering on the bbs, and I didn't have a girlfriend. On a very boring weekend, I made a big dream: go to the south side hall of the library to watch an awesome movie every week. It is not clear what kind of movie is awesome. In short, it must be French or Italian, and the filming time cannot exceed 1970. How did this strange...

    • By Daron 2022-07-07 14:15:31

      italian comedy

      In Italy in the 1950s and 1960s, the rapid economic prosperity expelled the shadows left by World War II, and the trend of neorealist films also receded. Victorio de Sica's 1963 film consists of three comedy tales from which it's hard to sniff out his earlier films -- such as "The Children Are Watching Us", "The Bicycle Thief" and "Umberto D" - the kind of heart-breaking narration.

      In fact, De Sica showed his talent for comedy in 1951's Miracle of Milan. However, compared to the...

    • By Casimer 2022-07-07 11:07:24

      Italian men and women praying to paintings of Chinese ladies or Guanyin.

      1. Yesterday.

      The proletarian masses help each other hide furniture to be seized.

      Pregnant women are the largest and are exempt from arrest.

      In the past, women's job was to keep raising children.

      A family with seven children is like a small nursery.

      With so many children, the burden of raising a family is huge, and a woman wants a man to sleep with her. Thinking of this, a man who doesn't have the money to buy condoms can't lift his eyelids.

      You can't...

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    • By Giuseppe 2023-08-11 13:22:55

      Another of De Sica's 1963 works, compared with "Prosperity", is colorful and starring Sophia Loren and Marcelo Mastroianni, which is very tall. Unlike Fellini, Visconti and others who transformed from the neo-realist camp in the 1960s, De Sica has always adhered to the line of realism, but the three stories of the film still have some special joys. No more bitterness and...

    • By Shane 2023-07-14 16:57:16

      The first paragraph is the best, with flexible scheduling, the hot style of the bottom Italian women, and Fellini in a trance; yesterday's laughter and tears were not alone, but today the veil of warmth is torn off for a while, and tomorrow's religion will not be able to match the human...

    • By Gaetano 2023-06-24 20:02:06

      That's what Italian houses and seas look...

    • By Verlie 2023-05-15 01:47:50

      8. Mastroianni is so pitiful, Roland calls him around in all three...

    • By Beaulah 2023-04-25 05:47:11

      The subtitles pressed by TLF are a mess, many places have not been translated, and the translated timeline is not right, so the subtitles need to be adjusted constantly. A three-part comedy, Mastroianni plays a good...

    Movie plot

    The film directed by famous director Vittorio de Sica is a stellar comedy, which can be divided into three parts. The first is about a woman who sells foreign cigarettes on the black market and never gets a taste of behind bars, because the law at the time said no arrests were made for pregnant women and women six months after giving birth. So after giving birth, she urged her husband to make love, so she escaped the fate of being...
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    Movie quotes

    • Adelina Sbaratti: Shoo, shoo! Come on now. Out you go! Get out of here! Here, buy yourselves a lollipop. Come on! Go! Go! Out, out!

    • Carmine Sbaratti: Always the same old song. "Carmine, get busy!" "Carmine, the nursing term's over!" "Carmine go to bed early!" "Carmine, turn out the light!" And all on one bowl of soup a day. I'm not made of iron. Doing it now and then is one thing, but this is nonstop!

      Mama Sbaratti: You do look peaked.

      Carmine Sbaratti: Of course I do. Dizzy spells that come and go, wobbly legs. And if you must know, I fainted twice in the street. And the more of a wreck I become, the stronger she gets. How pretty she's become, Mama. She's blossomed like a rose.

      Mama Sbaratti: She's bleeding you dry, destroying you. You've become just as ugly as an ape. Let that rose get someone else to give her a big belly!

      Carmine Sbaratti: I'll kill her - if something like that happens.

    • Carmine Sbaratti: You can't imagine what an urge I have. It's killing me! I can't wait for you to get out. I've finished the treatment.

      Adelina Sbaratti: Oh, shut up! That's just talk. When I needed actions, you ran off to Mama.