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A list of films produced in Italy in 1979:

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1979
La luna Bernardo Bertolucci Jill Clayburgh, Matthew Barry, Renato Salvatori, Alida Valli, Tomas Milian, Franco Citti, Roberto Benigni Drama
Il Cacciatore dei Squali Enzo G. Castellari Franco Nero, Werner Pochath, Jorge Luke, Patricia Rivera, Jorge Reynoso Adventure An Italian-Spanish co-production filmed in Mexico
Seeking Asylum (Chiedo asilo) Marco Ferreri Roberto Benigni, Dominique Laffin Comedy Berlin Award
Christ Stopped at Eboli (Cristo si è fermato a Eboli) Elio Petri Gian Maria Volontè, Lea Massari, Paolo Bonacelli, Alain Cuny, Irene Papas Political drama David di Donatello Best Film winner. BAFTA Award for Best Film. There're alternate versions. Based on Carlo Levi's Cristo si è fermato a Eboli
Operación Ogro Gillo Pontecorvo Gian Maria Volontè, José Sacristán, Eusebio Poncela, Ángela Molina Drama Spanish co-production. About ETA's Operación Ogro. David di Donatello winner.
To forget Venice (Dimenticare Venezia) Franco Brusati Erland Josephson, Mariangela Melato, David Pontremoli Drama David di Donatello Best Film winner. Academy Award nominee. Gay interest
Dear Father Dino Risi Entered into the 1979 Cannes Film Festival

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