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Luci lontane (1987)

Alien spirits from outer space land on earth and take over the bodies of the recently deceased--but their purpose isn't what it would appear to be.

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Bernardo Bernardi
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Renata
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Dr. Montanari
Giacomo Piperno ...
Chief of Police
Susanna Martinková ...
Silvia Bernardi
Mirella Falco ...
Maria, Silvia's mother
David Flosi ...
Giuliano Bernardi
Alberto Capone
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Paola
Any Cerreto
Bettina Ciampolini ...
Giulia Montanari
Clara Colosimo
Alvaro Gradella
Salvatore Jacono ...
(as Salvatore Iacono)
Franco Pistoni
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Alien spirits from outer space land on earth and take over the bodies of the recently deceased--but their purpose isn't what it would appear to be.

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28 July 1987 (Italy)  »

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Distant Lights  »

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Science Fiction from Italy
15 September 2007 | by (Rome, Italy) – See all my reviews

"Luci Lontane" is a simple Italian science fiction movie with a really good cast. Tomas Milian (Traffic, Amistad, etc) was very popular in Italy for different roles but here he does a great work playing a man who loses the wife. But his son keeps on seeing the mother... Plot will quickly turn in a simple science fiction story. Not bad also Laura Morante (La Stanza Del Figlio). Branduardi's soundtrack is melancholic and it gives some "maturity" to the movie. The only special effects for this movie are simple blue laser lights. Italians science fictions movies,as we know, were quite poor. My vote is 6 out of 10.

Luci Lontane = Distant Lights


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