The Cliff of Sin
The Cliff of Sin is a 1950 Italian melodrama film directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero and starring Gino Cervi, Margarete Genske and Delia Scala.
Ischia. Stella, a fatal woman, joins Silvano, her old lover, who has been living isolated and alcoholic for some time in a hut on the island. To achieve her purpose, to seize her possessions, she does not hesitate to poison him. Immediately after she seduces Paolo, a young fisherman, and involves him in the trafficking of a gang of smugglers, so much so that he gives up on getting married to Anna, she promises to him. Michele, the girl's brother, returns to the island just to make Paolo retrace her steps but he too yields to Stella's charm, becoming her lover and her accomplice in six trafficking of her. However, he is arrested and sentenced. Having served his sentence, he discovers the woman with Paolo and the two begin to fight. It just so happens that she is the woman who falls into the sea and dies. The two men, free from temptation, can become friends again.
|author||Roberto Bianchi Montero|
|director||Roberto Bianchi Montero|
|keywords||arrest gang of smugglers getting married isolated married serve traffic|
|musicBy||Alberto De Castello|
|productionCompany||International Urania Film|