Two racy women decide to chuck their mundane lives and go on a wild adventure. —IMDb
Carlo Di Palma (17 April 1925, Rome – 9 July 2004, Rome) was an Italian cinematographer, renowned for his work on both color and black-and-white films, who collaborated with Michelangelo Antonioni (Il deserto rosso (1964); the “Il provino” segment in I tre volti (1965); Blowup (1966); Identificazione di una donna (1982)), Woody Allen (Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Radio Days (1987), September (1987), Alice (1990), Shadows and Fog (1992), Husbands and Wives (1992), Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993), Bullets Over Broadway (1994), Don’t Drink the Water (1994), Mighty Aphrodite (1995), Everyone Says I Love You (1996), Deconstructing Harry (1997)), as well as many other noted fim directors during his long and productive career. He is also a little-known film director.
Carlo Di Palma moved from Italy to the United States in 1983.
He won Silver Ribbon for best cinematography four times: in 1965 for Il deserto rosso, in 1967 for L’armata brancaleone, in 1993 for Shadows and Fog… read more