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Series cast summary:
 Marco Della Rocca / ... (49 episodes, 2015-2016)
Alex Belli ...
 Jacopo Castelli (22 episodes, 2010-2015)
Linda Collini ...
 Cecilia Castelli (22 episodes, 2010-2015)
Tommaso Maria Neri ...
 Milo (16 episodes, 2001-2010)
Alessia Ventura ...
 Eleonora Sorrenti (14 episodes, 2001)


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8 January 2001 (Italy)  »

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The best Italian daily drama so far!
1 November 2005 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE COMPLETE CAST LIST FROM 2001 TO 2005 THEN GO TO THE IMDb MESSAGE BOARD FOR CENTOVETRINE (AND, PLEASE, IMDb, IF YOU'RE READING THIS, MAYBE YOU CAN CHANGE YOUR CAST LIST WITH MINE, WHICH IS MORE COMPLETE) The show is still suffering because of the loss of audience, but, as far as I can tell, the stories are getting better and better. By now, another element is getting the fans unsatisfactory: the fact that a lot of members of the original cast are going away.

At first there was Daniela Fazzolari (Anita Ferri Forti), who went away – and died in a plane crash – in April, and after that the Della Rocca family appeared in the show. After that another original character is going to go away this month, and he's Massimo Bulla, who plays Gabirele Andreasi, the lawyer of the holding Ferri. Then, by the beginning of the year, another character, Paolo Monti (played by Clemente Pernarella) will leave.

Meanwhile the audience started to like the Della Rocca family, Edoardo in particular, who represent the new villain of the show, and his wife Asia, played by former beauty queen Mirka Viola (Miss Italy in 1987), the romantic hero.

Another character the audience like a lot is Anna Baldi, played by Anna Safroncick, who is also a romantic hero, as she's in love with Ivan Bettini (Pietro Genuardi), but married with Stefano Della Rocca (Danilo Brugia).

According to what I said in the title, Centovetrine is the best Italian daily drama!

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