It's Love That's Ruining Me
|It's Love That's Ruining Me|
|Directed by||Mario Soldati|
|Written by||Enrico Blasi|
|Produced by||Niccolò Theodoli|
|Starring||Walter Chiari |
|Edited by||Roberto Cinquini|
|Music by||Mario Nascimbene|
Industrie Cinematografiche Sociali
|Distributed by||Industrie Cinematografiche Sociali|
|8 September 1951|
The film's sets were designed by the art director Guido Fiorini. Shooting took place in Turin and at the ski resort of Sestriere in the Alps. It earned around 137 million lira at the Italian box office.
Walter, a salesman in a sports shop who is far from sporty, falls in love with the ski instructor Clara. In order to try and woo her he follows Clara to a ski resort where he gets mixed up with network of foreign spies trying to smuggle a stolen explosive out of the country.
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