Unbroken is an Italian film directed by Giuseppa Bellini, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2011 and earned a Best Director nomination.
The film tells the story of a young Italian footballer who is brought up by a football family in the 1960s and is left with the burden of a broken relationship with his father.
The story is told through the eyes of the father, who was a great fan of Giuseppo and his career.
The film also contains the work of Roberto Cavalli, whose music was instrumental in bringing Bellini to prominence.
The soundtrack to the film was composed by Mario Torme, and was composed in collaboration with Roberto Cavallini.
The music of the film has been described as the sound of a child’s voice.
Bellini’s career began with a short film he directed in 1959 called The Ballad of the Italian Football League (TOLLL), in which he plays a footballer who becomes a football hero.
In 1960, the Italian football federation commissioned Bellini’s first feature film, The Ballade of the Ballers, which starred Gianluigi Donati and Giusepio Amoroso.
Bellini directed his second film, Italian football, in 1962 and his third film, Ballade, in 1964.
Belloni also directed the 1974 film, Le Grand Ballade (Grand Ballade) starring Gianluigio Candelario, in which the character played by Candeleria played for Juventus.
In 1970, Bellini made a short documentary, The Italian Dream, about the creation of his film.
In 1974, Belloni wrote and directed the film Le Grand de Ballade and in 1978, he directed and starred in the Italian film, La Rêve du Ballade.
He was awarded the Academy Award for Best Director in 1981 for La Ballade with the title of “Director of the Year” in the film.
Belloni’s first film, Giusepi De Nola, was released in 1974 and won him a Peabody Award for best actor.
He made his feature film debut with the film, TOLLL in 1978.
In 1978, Bellino co-directed the film Ballade in Italy, which earned him the Golden Globe Award for Cinematography.
In 1981, he won the Academy Prize for best film.
In 1982, Belli and fellow film director Luciano Caruso collaborated on The Balladicin, a comedy film about a football team in the 1950s.
In 1982, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded Bellini the Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
In 1985, he was inducted into the Italian Film Hall of Fame.
Belli won the Golden Globes for Best Actor in 1983 for The Ballades, and the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in the 1986 film, Il Balladino.
In 1988, he made his directorial debut with La Balladina, which was directed by Francesco Gavazzi.
In 1990, he received the Golden Bear Award for his contributions to Italian cinema.
In 1993, Bellinelli won the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Bellino also won the Cannes Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Feature Film category in 1992 for La Rôle du Balladine, the film that won him the award for Best Cinematography for his work on the film La Balladicino.
Bellino also directed several films, including La Rancida (The Ballad), La Traviata (The Travestiata), La Ballades (The Balls), La Capitale (The Capitalles), La Parfait (The Parfas), La Cancione (The Cancines), La Bellada (The Bellas), and La Leche (The Leches).