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L'uomo della fortuna (2000)

Antonio interprets dreams in the mornings and works at the lottery offices. One night, saving a mysterious old man's life, the old man in gratitude gives him 5 numbers to play. Antonio, ... See full summary »

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Antonio
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Nicola
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Don Ettore Visone
Tony Sperandeo ...
Salvatore
Enzo Cannavale ...
Armandino
Elena Russo ...
Teresa
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Arianna
Girolamo Di Stolfo ...
Luigino (as Big Jimmy)
Plinio Zane ...
Il Vecchio
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Arturo Di Tullio
Silvia Saraceno ...
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Daniela Zanchini ...
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Antonio interprets dreams in the mornings and works at the lottery offices. One night, saving a mysterious old man's life, the old man in gratitude gives him 5 numbers to play. Antonio, playing for an unemployed friend, wins billions. Intricate events follow. Written by Vadim Rizov <edwartell@hotmail.com>

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Nice-looking first attempt to feature
9 March 2000 | by (Milano, Italy) – See all my reviews

Although unusually good looking for an Italian comedy, "L'uomo della fortuna" is not as well written as you would like it to be. The plot is simple and straightforward enough, but the film eventually succumbs to a fatal lack of decision on the tone of the story, switching too often and too abruptly between dreamlike romance, screwball comedy and drama. A good photography and carefully constructed compositions show director Silvia Saraceno is a much better a director than she's a writer.


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