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A place for Lovers

A Place for Lovers is a 1968 French-Italian romantic drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica. The movie is based on the play Gli Amanti by Brunello Rondi and Renaldo Cabieri. It was produced by Carlo Ponti and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Starring: Faye Dunaway and Marcello Mastroianni.


Having a short time to live, a terminally ill American fashion designer decides to spend her last days in the Dolomites. There she gets in touch with a young Italian engineer she met in the past. The two fall in love and spend days of passion. She doesn’t reveal her secret to him but, one day, he accidentally learns that she has little time left to live...

During their stay in Cortina, at the Falzarego Pass the couple take a ride with the Lagazuoi cable car up to the Lagazuoi Refuge. You can see the refuge very well in the shots taken on the panoramic terrace and at the top station of the cable car.

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Faye Dunaway and Marcello Mastroianni met on the set of the film A Place for Lovers. From fiction to reality: their intense, tormented love story began during the shoot.

The soundtrack "A Place for Lovers" was composed by Manuel De Sica and Norman Gimbel and performed byElla Fitzgerald.