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Gerardo Amato ...
Rocco Spinone
Susan McBain ...
Lilly (as Susan Elliot)
Giacomo Rossi Stuart ...
Donovan (as Jack Stuart)
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Barry - Adult Film Producer (as Raf Valenti)
Italo Spinelli ...
Pietro - Rocco's Friend
Monica Scattini ...
Young Tourist
Joe Neri ...
Grandpa Giamona
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Actress Monica Scattini, who plays the young tourist, is the daughter of Blue Nude's director Luigi Scattini. See more »

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References The Sting (1973) See more »

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Life Goes On
Written by Charles Cannon (as Cannon) and Piero Umiliani (as Umiliani)
Sung by Charles Cannon (as Charles W. Cannon)
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Gritty
11 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Low key and very downbeat 70s drama set in the more sleazy bits of the city at that time. Some interesting location shooting and very decent central performance from Gerado Amato but, I guess, it is the more salacious sequences that have given this film the reputation (however modest) that it has and in this respect it seems that actors more used to the hardcore sex scene have been recruited here. Consequently, the support actors and in particular the ladies don't add as much to the telling of this tale as they do to the sex scenes themselves. Worth seeing, however, for a different view of the scene but be warned this is no merry outing. Gritty.


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