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Upon meeting Alvaro, a happy and carefree man who reminds her of her deceased husband, Serafina emerges from her reclusive life and finds solace in this man who is startlingly similar to her beloved husband. Not only does Alvaro have the same occupation as her late husband, but he also has the same rose tattoo on his chest. Seeing these common traits between the two men as a sign, Serefinas life takes a change for the better.
Very good movie. Great performance by Anna Magnani (you can't take your eyes off her), but not my favorite performance by Burt Lancaster. Certainly worth a watch!!Published 1 month ago by Anthony Pancella
A true film classic, The Rose Tattoo is filled with the symbolism that Tennessee Williams' plays always contain, as well as characters having trouble facing up to reality. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brooke
As far as I know, his film was made in Cinemascope so this is cropped image. When we get a DVD with a 2.351 picture, I'll talk about the movie.Published 4 months ago by addison de witt
Have see this movie many times. Wanted to have my own copy. It graphically shows the humor of immigrant families and communities in the United States.Published 5 months ago by Jose Trinidad