Lost in the Dark (1914 film)
Lost in the Dark (Italian:Sperduti nel buio) is a 1914 Italian silent drama film directed by Nino Martoglio and starring Giovanni Grasso Sr., Maria Carmi and Virginia Balestrieri. It is one of a number of films which have been suggested as an early move in the direction of Italian neorealism, although this is impossible to verify since the only surviving copy of the film was destroyed by German forces during the Second World War. The film is based on a 1901 play of the same title by Roberto Bracco.
|Lost in the Dark|
|Directed by||Nino Martoglio|
|Written by||Roberto Bracco (play and screenplay)|
|Starring||Giovanni Grasso Sr. |
|Music by||E. de Leva|
|Edited by||Nino Martoglio|
- Reich & Garofalo p.83
- Reich, Jacqueline & Garofalo, Piero. Re-viewing Fascism: Italian Cinema, 1922-1943. Indiana University Press, 2002.