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Lakisha R. Lemons
Derek Lee Nixon,
Sheryl D. Brice
Four thirtyish university students share the same flat in Florence. Leonardo fantasizes about Letizia, a very beautiful girl; Rocco works as a night watchman, Bruno tries to get his degree to please his father in law and Pino dreams of becoming a stand up comedian. Written by
Salvatore Santangelo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It is true that "Amici miei" (My Friends) could actually give a clue to better understand the mood of this film. But another one that comes to my mind is "L'ultimo bacio" (The Last Kiss). Why? Because they are both, in a way, a harsh comment over a generation of ineffectual 30-year-old eternal university students, who had become a case-study of contemporary Italian sociology. A generation in which the film-director, Leonardo Pieraccioni, had the self-deprecation of putting himself as well. Well-played, funny and sad at the same time, "I laureati" was shot before "Il Ciclone", which had lost the melancholic touch and actually launched Pieraccioni in the big business as a comedy film director.
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