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Release Date:
5 February 2001 (Italy) See more »
Rimini, 1991. For more than a year, the uno bianca gang - they always use a white Fiat Uno - has plagued the area... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kim Rossi Stuart ... Ispettore Valerio Maldesi
Dino Abbrescia ... Vice-ispettore Rocco Atria
Dario D'Ambrosi ... Commissario Emilio Valli
Claudio Botosso ... Agente Nino De Marchi
Bruno Armando ... Giudice Soavi
Massimo De Rossi ... Procuratore Onofri
Giorgio Crisafi ... Commissario Tanzi
Luciano Curreli ... Silvio Ferramonti
Pietro Bontempo ... Michele Ferramonti
Silvia De Santis ... Compagna di Silvio Ferramonti
Valeria Milillo ... Luisa
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matteo Chioatto
Gabriele Martini

Emanuele Secci ... De Riu
Gippy Soprani

Directed by
Michele Soavi 
Writing credits
Marco Melega (book "Baglioni e Costanza")

George Eastman (teleplay) &
Gabriele Romagnoli (teleplay) &
Stefano Rulli (teleplay) &
Michele Soavi (teleplay)

Produced by
Pietro Valsecchi .... producer
Original Music by
Gianni Bella 
Giuseppe Fulcheri (co-composer)
Cinematography by
Giovanni Mammolotti  (as Gianni Mammolotti)
Film Editing by
Anna Rosa Napoli  (as Anna Napoli)
Production Design by
Alessandro Dora 
Costume Design by
Francesco Panni 
Makeup Department
Marco Altieri .... makeup designer
Simone Gregoris .... assistant makeup artist
Marco Perna .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Emanuele Emiliani .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Massimo Selis .... assistant director
Simona Berenice Vignoli .... second assistant director (as Berenice Vignoli)
Sound Department
Massimo Anzellotti .... foley artist
Marco Giacomelli .... sound editor
Andrea Lancia .... sound supervisor
Luca Novelli .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Claudio Quaglietti .... special effects coordinator
Claudio Quaglietti .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Gian Luca Rizzo .... digital compositor
Giuseppe Squillaci .... digital artist: Proxima
Paolo Zeccara .... visual effects supervisor
Alessandro Borgese .... stunt performer
Emiliano Novelli .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Gianluca Bombardone .... assistant camera
Valerio Evangelista .... clapper loader
Roberto Fucci .... grip
Amato Gabotti .... grip
Alessandro Pignoloni .... assistant camera
Massimo Rinella .... key grip
Martino Tagliaferri .... focus puller
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Andrea Sorrentino .... wardrobe master
Editorial Department
Riccardo Garattoni .... assistant editor
Other crew
Gaia Narcisi .... production coordinator
Stefano Rulli .... story editor

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190 min
Aspect Ratio:
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8 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Well-done and engaging thriller, 4 April 2007
Author: pattirees from California

An excellent movie in two parts that was made for Italian TV. A fantastic production for a TV movie. After I watched part one, which is about 90 minutes, I could hardly wait to see the second part but I had to wait a week b/c it was being shown at the Italian Cultural Institute. It was worth it. Great acting by a talented cast, in particular the two main actors, Kim Rossi Stuart and Dino Abbrescia gave memorable performances. Also Valeria Melillo is perfectly understated in her role as Rossi Stuart's wife. Say what you will about Italian TV in general, this movie and all the episodes of Commissario Montalbano (if you haven't seen this series, check it out, it's fantastic) prove that Italian TV can surpass even big budget American TV productions in terms of quality of acting, editing, and direction. Soavi must be a great director to generate and sustain the edge of this movie for 3 hours. Worth seeing!

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