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Mortacci (1989)

Before finally entering the afterlife, the dead spend a period in a limbo from which they depart only when, among the living, there is no one who remembers them.

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Domenico
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Alma Rossetti
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Edmondo
Galeazzo Benti ...
Tommaso Grillo
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Jolanda
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Lucillo Cardellini
Nino Frassica ...
La guida
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Impresario pompe funebri
Andy Luotto ...
Angelo Cuoco, detto "Scopone"
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Torquato
Eraldo Turra ...
Felice Ruggero
Luciano Manzalini ...
Giggetto Ruggero
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Archibald Williams
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La barista
Gina Rovere ...
Ada
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Before finally entering the afterlife, the dead spend a period in a limbo from which they depart only when, among the living, there is no one who remembers them. Under the care of the salacious Domenico the visitors of a small cemetery recount how they arrived at eternal peace. Written by Big Daddy

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24 February 1989 (Italy)  »

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Death to You  »

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Due UK media PR for announced Moon 44 (1990), combined to planned marketing at Cannes Festival actor Malcolm McDowell , was able to attendee the most densely packed (UK non-Award), celebrity event 'Save the Rose Theatre' campaigns, public PR day, May 1989. This gives ~80% chance meeting later 'Trek' co-stars Colm Meaney at the event. [See artist entry & Jonathan Frakes] See more »

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