I Knew Her Well

I Knew Her Well (Italian: Io la conoscevo bene) is a 1965 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Antonio Pietrangeli and starring Stefania Sandrelli.

I Knew Her Well
Io la conoscevo bene
Directed byAntonio Pietrangeli
Produced byTuri Vasile
Written byAntonio Pietrangeli
Ruggero Maccari
Ettore Scola
StarringStefania Sandrelli
Mario Adorf
Jean-Claude Brialy
Nino Manfredi
Enrico Maria Salerno
Ugo Tognazzi
Karin Dor
Franco Fabrizi
Turi Ferro
Joachim Fuchsberger
Robert Hoffmann
Franco Nero
Véronique Vendell
Music byBenedetto Ghiglia
Piero Piccioni
CinematographyArmando Nannuzzi
Edited byFranco Fraticelli
Distributed byTitanus
Release date
December 1, 1965 (Italy)
August 3, 1966 (France)
Running time
115 minutes
97 minutes (France, Spain, West Germany)
West Germany

In 2008 the film was selected to enter the list of the 100 Italian films to be saved.[1][2][3]

Plot synopsis

Adriana (Stefania Sandrelli) is a provincial Italian young woman who moves to Rome because she wants to be a celebrity.



  • "L'Eclisse twist"

Performed by Mina

  • "Addio"

Performed by Mina

  • "Ogni giorno che passa"

Performed by Mia Genberg

  • "Le stelle d'oro"

Performed by Peppino Di Capri

  • "Sweet William"

Performed by Millie

  • "Surf della Frusta"

By Gino Marinacci

  • "Oggi e domenica per noi"

Performed by Sergio Endrigo

  • "Mani bucate"

Performed by Sergio Endrigo

  • "Lasciati baciare col Letkiss"

Performed by Gemelle Kessler

  • "Roberta"

Performed by Peppino Di Capri

  • "What Am I Living For"

Performed by Millie

  • "More"

Performed by Gilbert Bécaud

  • "E se domani"

Performed by Mina

  • "Abbracciami forte"

Performed by Ornella Vanoni

  • "Dimmi la verità"

Performed by Sergio Endrigo

  • "Toi"

Performed by Gilbert Bécaud

Orchestrated by Yvar Sanna



  1. Massimo Bertarelli, Il cinema italiano in 100 film: i 100 film da salvare, Gremese Editore, 2004, ISBN 88-8440-340-5.
  2. Massimo Borriello (4 March 2008). "Cento film e un'Italia da non dimenticare". Movieplayer. Retrieved 19 April 2013.
  3. "Ecco i cento film italiani da salvare". Corriere della Sera. 28 February 2008. Retrieved 19 April 2013.
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