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Musica per vecchi animali (1989)

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(screenplay), (story "Comici spaventati guerrieri")
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Lucio Lucertola
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Lee
Viola Simoncioni ...
Lupetta
Francesco Guccini ...
Guardia del Museo
Maddalena Di Panfili ...
Libellula
Beth Prado ...
Luna (as Betty Prado)
Carlo Monni ...
Il Gatto Fantasma
Felice Andreasi ...
Astice
Eros Pagni ...
Rambo Sandri
Isaac George ...
Scheggia
Umberto Caglini ...
Cantore
Raffaella Lebboroni ...
Infermiera
David Brendon
Novello Novelli ...
Pittore del Metro
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17 November 1989 (Italy)  »

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Great movie...
4 June 1999 | by See all my reviews

the subject of the movie was written by Stefano Benni, in my opinion one of the most talented surrealistic italian writers.

The movie is settled in an Italian big town, in a strange surrealistic post-consumistic era. Professor Lucio Lucertola (Nobel Prize Dario Fo), Lee the mechanic (talented Paolo Rossi), and Lupetta (a nice little girl) are going to go through the town, to get their different aims. But in town there's a strange "emergency", and they'll have to cope with the strange animals (men) who live in the town. It's a great movie, it will make you laugh, it will make you cry. And think.


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