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Flirt (1983)
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Director: Roberto Russo
Stars: Jean-Luc Bideau, Monica Vitti, Alessandro Haber
Comedy | Romance
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A smalltime US filmmaker goes to Cannes to try to get his movie in the limelight. A wife of one of the producers there gets interested in his story and they begin an affair.

Director: Michael Ritchie
Stars: Keith Carradine, Monica Vitti, Raf Vallone
Comedy | Music | Romance
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Set to music, a symphony conductor envisions multiple possible scenarios for dealing with his wife's infidelity.

Director: Preston Sturges
Stars: Rex Harrison, Linda Darnell, Rudy Vallee
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Director: Monica Vitti
Stars: Monica Vitti, Elliott Gould, Gino Pernice
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Renata Adorni / Grazia Siriani
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Carlo Reani
Diego Abatantuono ...
Piero
Orazio Orlando ...
Tullio
Fiorenza Marchegiani
Nanda Primavera ...
Giovanna
Loredana Martinez ...
Gertrude
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Ferrini
Mario Carotenuto
Mauro Di Francesco
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Ennio Antonelli
Salvatore Bartilotta
Mark Bodin
Carlo Colombo
Maurizio Mattioli ...
Fioraio
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22 September 1982 (Italy)  »

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Fidelidade à Três  »

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Italian censorship visa # 78117 delivered on 21-9-1982. See more »

Soundtracks

Una magnifica serata
Music and lyrics by Cristiano Minellono and Dario Farina
Sung by Ricchi e Poveri
Courtesy of Baby Records
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Scusa se e poco
29 September 1999 | by (Budapest, Hungary) – See all my reviews

An omnibus of two different stories: In the first a divorced couple (actress wife and director husband) refresh their old passions via their common flat. In the second a well-to-do dentist-wife is attacked by her petty bourgeois family when she writes a sex novel.

Unlinked compendium of routine plot, tailored around the exuberant comic talents of Monica Vitti. The somewhat scintillating first is rather better than the sitcom-styled second, which goes way over the top, but on the whole it provides good minor entertainment.


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