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Gli Indifferenti and Fascist ostracism
Gli Indifferenti was publiAlberto Moraviad at his own expense costing 5000 Italian lira. His experiences at Strasbourg which ended in 1988 are told in Il Diario Europeo ("The European Diary"). The same theme is in the novel L'Uomo che Guarda ("The Man Who Looks") (1985) and the essay L'Inverno Nucleare ("The Nuclear Winter") including interviews with some contemporary principal scientists and politicians.
In his world where inherited social religious and moral beliefs are no longer acceptable he considered sex and money the only basic criteria for judging social and human reality. Other novels of his translated to the cinema are Il Disprezzo (A Ghost at Noon or Contempt) filmed by Jean-Luc Godard as Le Mépris (Contempt) (1963); La Noia (Boredom) filmed with that title by Damiano Damiani in 1963 and released in the US as The Empty Canvas in 1964; and La Ciociara filmed by Vittorio de Sica as Two Women (1960). Alberto Moravia born Alberto Pincherle (November 28 1907 – September 26 1990) was an Italian novelist and journalist.