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I ragazzi dei Parioli (1959)

A tale on the Italian upper class of the '60s and their ways to kill time.

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Raf Mattioli ...
Bob
Alessandra Panaro ...
Susy
Ennio Girolami ...
Fabrizio (as Enio Girolami)
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Nuccia
Valeria Moriconi ...
Grazia
Roy Ciccolini ...
Gegè
Margherita Bagni ...
Bob's grandma
María Luisa Rolando ...
Yvonne (as Maria Luisa Rolando)
Milena Bettini
Gloria Villar
Susanne Lévesy ...
(as Suzanne Levesi)
Sergio Martinori
Alessandro Bergamaschi
Franco Santi
Enzo Turco ...
Porter
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A tale on the Italian upper class of the '60s and their ways to kill time.

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18 February 1959 (Italy)  »

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Boys of the Parioli  »

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1.85 : 1
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Italian censorship visa # 28640 delivered on 14-2-1959. See more »

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References The James Dean Story (1957) See more »

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Minor entry in the DOLCE VITA cycle.
1 April 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Sergio Corbucci gave everything a go and this time he's telling us about Italy's lush lifers in the manner of black and white accusatory pieces like DOLCE VITA, NOTTE BRAVA and RIMPATRIATA.

With it's bright lighting, manicured juveniles and predictable characters this one looks like it's going to be totally synthetic but as the single day that contains the body of the film draws out, some suspense does develop. Well off low lifes Mattioli and Girolami lure a couple of girls into their flat on the pretext of giving them movie parts and ply them with booze - and then it goes wrong. Dweeb Manfredi is waiting downstairs talking to the door man.

Not a major film and none of the flamboyance for which we value Corbucci but not a write off either.


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