Rocco and his brothers DVD


From Luchino Visconti - the master director of such classics as La Terra Trema Bellissima and The Leopard - comes this epic study of family sex and betrayal. A widow Rosaria moves to the metropolis that is Milano from Lucania - Italy's rural south - with her 4 sons; one of whom is Rocco. The shock of the new is violent and immediate. A mother meddles. A whore beguiles. Brother faces brother.

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25 February 2008
Eureka Entertainment Ltd 
170 minutes 
Black & White, PAL 
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Luchino Visconti co-writes and directs this classic Italian crime drama. After the death of her husband, Rosario (Katina Paxinou) and her five sons move from the poor rural south of Italy to the prosperous northern city of Milan in an effort to improve their lives. However, despite a promising start, their hopes for the future prove futile and when the good-natured Rocco (Alain Delon) falls out with his brutal older brother Simone (Renato Salvatori), over his prostitute girlfriend Nadia (Annie Girardot), a tragic climax appears unavoidable.

Acclaimed director Luchino Visconti's (DEATH IN VENICE) powerful epic is one of the most internationally adored Italian films in history. The story of a poor family torn apart by lust and greed, ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS stars the gorgeous French actor Alain Delon as Rocco, a soft-spoken, idealistic young man who must deal with turmoil and competition when he and his 3 brothers set out to Milan in an attempt to make a fortune. The recipient of several prestigious awards, Visconti's drama is a highly affecting story of passion, greed, and family.