In late 1930s Ferrara, Italy, the Finzi-Continis are a leading family: wealthy, aristocratic, and urbane; they are also Jewish. Their adult children, Micol and Alberto, gather a diverse circle of friends for tennis and parties at their villa with its lovely grounds, and try to keep the rest of the world at bay. But tensions between them all grow as anti-Semitism rises in Fascist Italy, and even the Finzi-Continis will have to confront the Holocaust.
|Directing||Vittorio De Sica||Director|
|Camera||Ennio Guarnieri||Director of Photography|
|Production||Gianni Hecht Lucari||Producer|
|Sound||Manuel De Sica||Original Music Composer|
|Production||Fausto Saraceni||Executive Producer|