Aurora (1984 film)

Aurora (Italian: Qualcosa di biondo) is a 1984 Italian made-for-television drama film directed by Maurizio Ponzi and starring Sophia Loren, Edoardo Ponti and Daniel J. Travanti.[1] In order to raise money for an operation for her son, a woman tells various former wealthy lovers that they are his father. The film originally premiered in the United States on NBC on October 21, 1984 and released theatrically in Italy on January 17, 1985.

Written byJohn McGreevey
Franco Ferrini
Gianni Menon
Maurizio Ponzi
Directed byMaurizio Ponzi
StarringSophia Loren
Edoardo Ponti
Philippe Noiret
Daniel J. Travanti
Music byGeorges Delerue
Country of originItaly
Original language(s)Italian
Executive producer(s)Tony Converse
Roger Gimbel
Producer(s)Carlo Ponti
Alex Ponti
CinematographyRoberto Gerardi
Editor(s)Michael Brown
Running time95 minutes
Production company(s)New Team
Roger Gimbel Productions
DistributorNBC (television)
Seven Keys (theatrical)
Original networkNBC
Original releaseOctober 21, 1984 (1984-10-21)


A desperate woman (Loren), in crisis and poverty, is in search of the cruel husband (Noiret) who abandoned after giving her a son. The boy has now become almost an adult has a serious eye problem and is likely to become completely blind. The mother then choose to leave to go in search of his father, who in the meantime is starting a new life. When the mother finds out where he is, also learns that the cruel man has remade a family by marrying a young girl, who became the mother of a twenty-year-old son who has had the cruel man from another relationship.



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