Vincere (Spanish) (2010)



Tags: italy, benito mussolini, mussolini, ida dalser, avanti, benito

Description: There is a secret in the life of Mussolini: a wife and a son, Benito Albino, who was born, acknowledged and then denied. The secret bears a name: Ida Dalser. It is a dark page in history, one ignored in the official biography of the Duce. When Ida meets Mussolini in Milan, he is the editor of Avanti! and an ardent Socialist who intends to guide the masses towards an anti-clerical, anti-monarchical, socially emancipated future. Ida already had a fleeting encounter with him in Trento and remained thunderstruck. Ida truly believes in him and his ideas. In order to finance Il Popolo d'Italia, a newspaper he has founded and the nucleus of the forthcoming Fascist Party, Ida sells everything she has. When the First World War erupts, Benito Mussolini enrolls in the Army and disappears. When Ida finds him again in a military hospital, he is tended to by Rachele whom he has just married. Ida lashes out at her rival furiously, demanding her rights as Mussolini's true wife and the mother of his first-born son. She is led away by force. For more than eleven years, she is locked away in an insane asylum (and her son in an institute) where she is put under physical restraint and tortured, never to see her son again. But Ida will not give up without a fight.

Release Date: 3/19/2010

Genre: Drama

Studio: IFC Films

Rating: Movie Rating

Release Dates:

Country Release Type Date
United States Theatrical Wide Release 3/19/2010
United Kingdom Theatrical Wide Release 5/14/2010
Spain Theatrical Wide Release 6/11/2010
Netherlands Theatrical Wide Release 4/22/2010
France Theatrical Wide Release 11/25/2009
Italy Theatrical Wide Release 5/22/2009
Italy Theatrical Wide Release 5/20/2009
United States DVD/Blu-ray Release 7/27/2010
United States DVD/Blu-ray Release 9/13/2010
United States DVD/Blu-ray Release 1/18/2011

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