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Me, Me, Me... and the Others (1966)
"Io, io, io.... e gli altri" (original title)

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Sandro is a well-known journalist and he is conducting a survey on human selfishness. Every man and every woman he meets turns into a theme for his inquiry. Even his own wife, Titta. But ... See full summary »

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Titta
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Silvia
Walter Chiari ...
Sandro
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Commendator Trepossi
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'Millevache'
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Peppino Moratti
Caterina Boratto ...
Luigia, Peppino's Sister-in-law
Vittorio Caprioli ...
Finizio, Politician
Elisa Cegani ...
Francesca, Peppino's Housekeeper
Andrea Checchi ...
Praying Man
Umberto D'Orsi ...
Man in Railway Station
Graziella Granata ...
Gisella, Girl in the Train
Marisa Merlini ...
Lady on the telephone
Paolo Panelli ...
Photographer
Mario Pisu ...
Winner of the 'Capranica'
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Sandro is a well-known journalist and he is conducting a survey on human selfishness. Every man and every woman he meets turns into a theme for his inquiry. Even his own wife, Titta. But little by little Sandro identifies himself with the people he meets and the accusation against mankind changes into a confession to himself. And, after the death of his true friend Peppino Marazzi and a conversation with Silvia, Sandro begins to consider again his own life. Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia

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Bellisima
12 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this film about 5 years ago, and I must say it's one of the bests I've seen. The subtle humour is perfectly married with the irony and another emotional moments. This film and 'Loves of a Blonde' (Milos Forman) have that subtlety you hardly see anymore. Mastroiani's performance as Pepino is memorable. His performances in different films as a director, gigoló and also a shy - timid man (for example) make him one of the most outstanding actors ever.

"Io Io Io e gli altri", starts laughing about itself, starts critizicing society, its vices, and the narrator commits one of those in the middle of his monologue. It sets up a tongue in cheek film which develops in an intelligent way.


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