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Viaggio con Anita (1979)

R | | Comedy | 1980 (USA)
American actress on vacation in Italy falls for her friend's married Italian lover.

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Anita
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Guido Massacesi
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Elisa Massacesi
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Cora
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Laura
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Noemi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Claudio Capri
Geoffrey Copleston
Guerrino Crivello
Carlos de Carvalho
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Jennifer
Sergio Forconi
Reilly Ickerson
Giuseppe Janigro
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American actress on vacation in Italy falls for her friend's married Italian lover.

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Federico Fellini original intended this as his followup to The Nights of Cabiria. Sophia Loren and Gregory Peck were set to star. Only when Loren's illegal marriage to Carlo Ponti made it impossible for her to come to Italy, Fellini left the project and made La Dolce Vita instead... See more »

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Giannini and Hawn are on the West coast of Italy, traveling by car towards North, therefore the sea would be on their left, instead it is on the right. See more »

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Featured in Hollywood Comedy Legends (2011) See more »

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one of Goldie's lesser known films
3 November 2015 | by (southwest US) – See all my reviews

Someone gets a call in the middle of the night. Someone finds out that someone else had a heart attack. Confusing ? It gets even more confusing, but then if you have the patience to hang with it, it does start making more sense. Anita (Goldie Hawn) meets some guy (Giancarlo Giannini), the ex lover of her roommate, and catches a ride with him. Much like Chevy Chase's Vacation, everything that can go wrong DOES go wrong. It's a grand adventure of a road trip, and they have some ups and downs along the way. Lots of writers listed on this one, so if it seems a bit disjointed, it has good reason to. Goldie made this one just after Foul Play. Giannini had also been nominated for an Oscar. The trivia says this was going to be a Fellini project, so as odd as it is, its probably more normal than if HE had done it!

This was finally directed by Mario Monicelli, who had been nominated for two Oscars for best writing in the 1960s. Overall, its pretty good; just a shame that Sophia Loren couldn't make it way back when. IMDb thinks the run time is 120 minutes, but the DVD from DML is only 95 minutes, so this version is missing a whole chunk. i will try to add this run time to IMDb.


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