Synopsis by Hal Erickson
An impressive cast graces the 105 minutes of Ghosts of Rome. Don't let the title mislead you: the "ghosts" are not genuine wraiths, but instead a group of disenfranchised tenants in a contemporary Roman rooming house. When the house is condemned, the various residents seek out new lodgings, resulting in a rambling series of comic, tragic and even surrealistic vignettes. Among the star names in this omnibus feature are Marcello Mastroianni, Vittorio Gassman, and Belinda Lee, who died shortly after the film was completed. Ghosts of Rome was originally released in Italy as Fantasmi a Roma.
homelessness, prince, tenant