La donna nel mondo (English-language title: Women of the World) is a 1963 mondo documentary film made by Italians Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara and Franco Prosperi. The film is a series of segments profiling many interesting or unusual activities done by women in different countries.
Among those featured are women training in the Israel Army, a female priest in Sweden, window prostitutes in Hamburg’s red light district, bed models in Hollywood California, professional mourners in Sardinia, Lamaze classes in Switzerland, a fashion show given to the Maasai, divorce ranches in Nevada, United States Treasurer Elizabeth Rudel Smith, eyelid-shaping surgery in Japan, and spent ordnance scavengers in Western Sahara.
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