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In 1860 Carmelo makes a similar voyage into northern Italy, first to Civitavecchia and later to Genoa. Rather than the bread riots of Manzoni’s novel, Carmelo is confused by the myriad voices of Italy’s different political factions. He meets a pro-republican Mazzinan, a papist Giobertian, a Tuscan who favors regional autonomy, ecstatically singing Piedmontese troops, and republicans who argue about the primacy of Italian patriots such as Camillo Cavour or Massimo D’Azeglio. Each of these members of Garibaldi’s contingent in the film represents a faction of the future Italy: Catholics, republicans, monarchists, and above all the different regions of Italy identified by accent and mannerism.
33 Like his colleagues, Camerini could also never be sure he would not run afoul of the regime’s censors. In Camerini’s Il cappello a tre punte/The Three Cornered Hat (1935) starring Neapolitan actors and writers Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo set in the Naples of the 1600s, an arrogant governor decides to coerce favors from a peasant girl by imprisoning her husband. The husband assumes the identity of the governor and the natural imbalance caused by the governor’s abuse of power is overturned for a happy ending.
Many important Italian poets after WWII remained active during the Fascist period, such as Giuseppe Ungaretti (1888–1970), Eugenio Montale (1896–1981), Mario Luzi (1914–2005), Sandro Penna (1906–77), Umberto Saba (1883–1957). Novelists included Alberto Moravia (1907–90), Dino Buzzati (1906–72), Sibilla Aleramo (1876–1960), Aldo Palazzeschi (1985–68). For many of these authors the Fascist period was a period of reflection and preparation for intellectual production after WWII. Other artists, like still life painter Giorgio Morandi (1890–1964), who also enjoyed increased recognition after WWII, kept to their craft choosing subject matter which could not provoke the regime.
A New Guide to Italian Cinema (Italian & Italian American Studies) by Carlo Celli, Marga Cottino-Jones