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Rui Pedro Alves
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Angelo Barberini is the oddball son of Italian immigrants Gino and Maria, who inadvertently ended up in Canada rather than the States. Angelo shocks his parents by moving out on his own without getting married, and shocks them further still when he reveals that he's gay. But his boyfriend, policeman Nino Paventi isn't as ready to come out of the closet -- especially not to his busybody mother, Lina. Written by
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Both the film and the play (which the film is based upon) are based on Steve Galluccio's own life and experiences. See more »
In two shots, the Italian flag is shown back to front. On the television, and on the computer monitor the Italian flag is shown as red, white, and green. The colors of the flag are green, white, and red. See more »
Unlike me, my sister was quite popular in high school.
[Anna is seen kissing with a guy and then going down on him]
Who knew all those Icesuckles would pay off one day.
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I Will Survive
Written by Dino Fekaris, Freddie Perren
Universal-Polygram International Publishing Inc.
On behalf of itself and Perren-Vibes Music
Performed by Cake
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This film is about a second generation Italian immigrant having to come to terms with the drastic consequences of coming out of the closet.
This film is unlike any other film I have seen. It is very fast paced, each subplot don't last for more than 1 minute. There is a lot of self narrative. It also shows intersecting events and scenes of relevant characters, which is unusual for a comedy.
The sets are visually rich and appealing, and are always colourful and carefully constructed. The character development is great, and we care about the characters in the film. The script is excellent. The neurotic sister is hilarious. The arguments of the parents are very lively and funny, and are entertaining to watch. The costumes are nice and trendy, but not over the top.
In summary, this film is a lot of fun, very entertaining, humorous, visually appealing, and there is something for everyone! The only gay scene is a half a second kiss, which certainly will not hinder its crossover appeal to the mainstream. This film deserves more recognition than it gets!
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