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Stefano Quantestorie (1993)

What would it have happened if...? Italian director Maurizio Nichetti replies to this question in this humorous film, where he plays six different roles who meet one another in a way or ... See full summary »

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1 win & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Stefano
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Angela
Amanda Sandrelli ...
Chiara
Caterina Sylos Labini ...
Costanza
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Teenage Stefano (as James Thiérrée)
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Stefano's Father
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Stefano's Mother
Lidia Broccolino ...
Marta
Leonard Catacchio ...
Roberto
Sabrina Paravicini ...
Student
Cristina Beretta ...
Student
Maddalena Franceschi ...
Teenage Costanza
Osvaldo Salvi ...
Captain Verzi
Enrico Grazioli ...
Lieutenant
Elio Veller ...
Marshal
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What would it have happened if...? Italian director Maurizio Nichetti replies to this question in this humorous film, where he plays six different roles who meet one another in a way or another during a night. Written by Paolo Polesello <polesello@to.infn.it>

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Comedy | Drama

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5 February 1993 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Stefano - kohtalon mies  »

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Nessn dorma
(from 'Turandot')
Composed by Giacomo Puccini
Performed by Slovenský Filharmonický Zbor (as Slovak Philarmonic Chorus)
Courtesy of Naxos NHNInternational Ltd.
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Rare film is original concept, delightful comedy
20 January 2001 | by (Marin County, CA) – See all my reviews

Maurizio Nichetti is known for his strange playings with reality, usually done for great comic effect. If you have the chance to see this rare film, don't hesitate. While a man may grow up to become many things, rarely do those incarnations come to exist in the same time and space, and rarely do they interact together to form a neat comedy-mystery. Nichetti must have charted this film out very carefully, and it might take a little effort on your part to keep track of exactly what's going on, but once you realize what the filmmaker is up to, you'll laugh in delight! I only wish this film was as popular and available as his other films (Volere Volare, Allegro Non Troppo, The Icicle Thief, etc.) -- and as it deserves to be!


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