The War Below Titlovi Engleski
The film was co-written by Massimo Troisi who also plays the leading role. The Neapolitan actor was well-know in his home country for his theatre and cinema work, including the comedy Non ci resta che piangere made with Roberto Benigni. His accent is not the easiest to understand because of its notable Napolitean influence. You can see a few scenes from the film in the video below.
The War Below titlovi Engleski
One of the most successful films of Neapolitan comedian Totò, it was the top grossing movie in 1956. It contains some of the most famous scenes from the duo Totò and Peppino (actor Peppino De Filippo), such as the dictation of a letter full of grammatical errors below.
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Before you make your way through these shows, let me say that subtitles are not your enemy(Opens in a new window). If you don't need visual assistance, I beg of you to watch foreign shows with subtitles and not dubbing. There's so much to be conveyed in an actor's voice, and you can lose the feeling of a scene, an episode, or an entire series if you turn on English dubbing. If you start watching and it's in English, select the audio/subtitles icon and look for (Original) next to the audio language options. (Some of the trailers below are dubbed because those were the only ones available.)
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