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The Naked Sun (1984)

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Luca Adami lives in Rome and he is in financial straits. He decides therefore to turn to his old friend De Bernardi who fled to Rio de Janeiro to escape jail. He arranges to meet him in Rio... See full summary »

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David Brandon ...
Luca Adami
Tânia Alves ...
Regina (as Tania Alves)
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Il cameriere
Carlos de Carvalho ...
Il direttore
Girolamo Marzano ...
Fabio
Antonio Maimone ...
Giovanni
Dennis De Carvalho ...
De Bernardi
Eliana Araujo ...
La mulatta
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bebeto Alves
Ronaldo Canto e Melo
Isaura De Assis
Miguel Falabella
José Zaqueu
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Luca Adami lives in Rome and he is in financial straits. He decides therefore to turn to his old friend De Bernardi who fled to Rio de Janeiro to escape jail. He arranges to meet him in Rio, but once in Rio, De Bernardi's secretary inform him of the impossibility of the meeting. Luca arranges for a room in a hotel where first he finds a gun, second the waiter seems a philosopher and third he receives a visitor, a girl saying she very curious about him... Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia

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30 October 1984 (Italy)  »

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Mostly excellent movie
13 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is not a run of the mill fast paced pseudo-skin flick where mindless erotics and clever repartee move the characters from one scene to another. So if you're into snappy dialog and quick step action this is not likely to be the movie for you. The relationship between the two main characters is thought provoking and the script is intelligently written. The no-fault sensuality of female lead, Regina, while being uninhibited and earthy is, at the same time, uplifting and ultimately moral. And the complexity of the male lead, Luca, is in itself enough to raise this movie above the ordinary venue of similar efforts. However, this being a low to moderate budget film, the production values are not the best that money could buy, and the characters are not as fully developed as one would wish—leaving you wanting for more. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this mostly excellent movie, especially for mature minded couples who enjoy thinking while being entertained.


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