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We the Living (Noi Vivi & Addio Kira): MP4 Video Download (Includes Movie Extras)

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Ayn Rand’s We the Living is now available for download in mp4 format. Ayn Rand’s We the Living is now available for download in mp4 format. This download includes the movie and the extra content which is available on the DVD.

History:

We the Living was published in Italian and later made into a two-part film: Noi Vivi in 1937 and Addio Kira in 1942. Directed by Goffredo Alessandrini for Scalera Films of Rome, Alida Valli starred as Kira, Fosco Giachetti as Andrei, and Rossano Brazzi as Leo.

The films were almost censored by Mussolini’s government, but were permitted because the story was set in the Soviet Union and was directly critical of that regime. Although the films were a success, people understood that the message was as much a denunciation of fascism as of communism, so the films were pulled from theaters when the German Nazis and the Italian Fascists concluded that the movies were indeed anti-fascist and anti-communist.

The films were rediscovered in the 1960’s through the efforts of Rand’s lawyers, Erika Holzer and Henry Mark Holzer, and were re-edited into a new version with English subtitles composed by Erika Holzer and co-producer Duncan Scott. It was approved by Rand and her estate and re-released as We the Living in 1986.

Permission to provide this product has been granted from Duncan Scott Productions.

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