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A Trip to Tindari 

La gita a Tindari (original title)
An elderly couple vanishes during a scenic bus trip and a computer expert is found dead. Montalbano thinks the two cases are related, but has to interview a bus load of Sicilian senior citizens to get to the bottom of it.




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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Katharina Böhm ...
Isabell Sollman ...
Davide Lo Verde ...
Angelo Russo ...
Giovanni Guardiano ...
Carmela Gentile ...
Beatrice Di Leo
Costantino Carrozza ...
Avvocato Guttadauro
Ferdinando Greco ...
Questore Bonetti Alderighi
Giovanni Moschella ...
Dario Veca
Tony Palazzo ...
Davide Griffo
Roberto Nobile ...


Quando Nené Sanfilippo viene ucciso, Montalbano viene incaricato delle indagini e scopre che i coniugi Griffo, due anziani che risiedevano nello stesso palazzo dove abitava Nené, sono scomparsi dopo aver fatto una gita a Tindari. Montalbano pensa che le due cose non siano casuali e che ci sia un legame. I due vengono poi ritrovati uccisi con un proiettile in testa. Nel caso sono implicati anche Vania, una rumena amante di Nené e moglie di Isgrò, famoso chirurgo esperto in trapianti. Montalbano inizia a pensare... Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






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9 May 2001 (Italy)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Complicated Detective Story of Sex, Corruption and the Mafia
31 July 2014 | by (London) – See all my reviews

This is one of the more satisfying episodes in the Montalbano canon. A complicated tale that begins with the murder of a thirtysomething Lothario, and ends up as a tale of corruption involving a surgeon (Giovannı Moschella) and an aging Mafia boss (Francesco Sineri). Montalbano (Luca Zingaretti) takes the case lightly at first, but as the strands unravel, he realizes that its resolution involves a scandal that implicates a large proportion of Sicilian and Italian high society. Needless to say he uncovers the truth behind the plot, with the invaluable assistance of Mimi Augello (Cesare Bocci). This episode contains several incidental pleasures, most notably a subplot involving Augello's proposed marriage to a police inspector from another district which never takes place; and a scheme hatched by Montalbano to give over-enthusiastic police officer Catarella (Angelo Russo) something to do. The fact that Catarella spends the entire night on the task is beyond the inspector's comprehension. Director Alberto Sironi achieves some notable visual effects, most notably his penchant for beginning sequences with a pitch-black screen; suddenly a door opens and in comes Montalbano. The camera shoots such sequences from inside a room; Montalbano enters from the outside, creating a sinister effect that seems particularly appropriate to an episode involving such large-scale corruption.

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