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Lucignolo (1999)

 -  Comedy  -  5 March 1999 (Italy)
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Massimo Ceccherini ...
Lucio
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Fatima
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Pino
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Padre di Lucio
Carlo Monni ...
Padre di Pino
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Avvocato difensore
Gino Menicucci ...
Giudice
Giovanni Cacioppo
Sergio Forconi ...
Sig. Marini
Giuliano Grande ...
Giulianone
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Giurato
Bruno Arena ...
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Alessia Barela
Pasquale Cifù ...
Capo infermiere
Max Galligani ...
Fidanzato
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Did you really want to see it?
15 January 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Ceccherini was mainly famous as a co-protagonist of Pieraccioni, who's first film, "Il Ciclone", incidentally had a great commercial success in Italy. In this film, the plot is a mere excuse and the actors was horrible, but Pieraccioni and Ceccherini's characters (with their distinctive Tuscany accent and dialect, which is considered something funny in Italy) was the key to win the audience. There were realized a bunch of movies trying to ride this success, and this is just one of these.

Apart from the fact that it will never be translated in English, there are really no reasons to see this film anyway. The film is totally centered on the Ceccherini's character, which was supposed to be funny

  • but he sadly fails. Again, the plot is a mere exercise, and if you


don't understand Italian and Tuscan, you have to reason to see it.


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