Two Women is a 1960 Italian war drama directed by Vittorio De Sica. The movie, based on the novel by Alberto Moravia, tells the harrowing story of Cesira and her young daughter Rosetta as they try to survive the horrors of World War II. They flee from war-torn Rome to the countryside to avoid Allied bombings. Eventually, they return to Rome to encounter the horrors of war. Sophia Loren's powerful performance in the lead role won her the Oscar for Best Actress, making her the first actor to win the award for a foreign-language performance. Jean-Paul Belmondo, Raf Vallone, and Eleonora Brown star in supporting roles.
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