|Produced by||Moris Ergas|
|Box office||48.3 million Italian lire|
- Il generale
- La ronda
- Il passo
Director Giulio Questi was a last minute addition as a director for Amori pericolosi. Questi recalled that Peppino Amato and Moris Ergas were both the initial producers for the film and that Amato died which led to Ergas taking over as the producer. The film was shot in 1961 and only released later in 1964.
Amori pericolosi was distributed theatrically in Italy by Cineriz on 14 August 1964. The film grossed a total of 48,300,000 Italian lire. Film historian and critic Roberto Curti described the films box office presence in Italy as being "passed unnoticed".
According to Curti, critics did not like Amori pericolosi, especially "Il passo" directed by Giulio Questi, with critic Alberto Abruzzese finding it conveying "an old and decrepit theme with a formal refinement that was between mannered decadence and a misunderstood naturalism."
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