Anonimo Veneziano is a 1970 Italian award winning drama film written and directed by the famous Italian actor Enrico Maria Salerno on his debut as film director. The film is a melancholic and beautiful romance, an elegy to a terminal man in a dying city. There is a parallel in the story between the healthy of Enrico and the decay of Venice. Although being from 1970, this movie has surprisingly resisted to time and remains absolutely updated. The film had a great success, specially for its romanticism and its score, composed by Stelvio Cipriani; Anonimo Veneziano won two David of Donatello and one Nastro d Argento for its best soundtrack.