Flavio is a teenager that want to became an actor. His friend Mirco, follow him in a stage for an independent film directed by Melandri, an artist that from 15 years don't find job in the ... See full summary »

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Antonello Avallone ...
Salvati
Eugenio Masciari ...
Melandri
Simone Conte ...
Mirco
Lorenzo Ait ...
Flavio
Francesca Bertinotti ...
Benedetta
Silvia Filiagi ...
Sabrina
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Massimiliano Fruttero ...
Gianni
Federico Mancini ...
Wind
Ilaria Stivali ...
Ilaria
Daniele Timpano ...
Daniele
Edoardo Santilli ...
Mirco's father
Carolina Santilli ...
Mirco's Mother
Simone Nenni ...
Simone
Katiuscia Fedeli ...
Katiuscia
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Flavio is a teenager that want to became an actor. His friend Mirco, follow him in a stage for an independent film directed by Melandri, an artist that from 15 years don't find job in the poor movie Italian industries. The producer is Mr Salvati, a man that had found an Ministerial help for to make this film. Melandri hates Salvati, because Salvati is an Hard-core films producer and his idea for to make successful films is simple, "people want to see big dicks, and big buttocks", and than, want his girlfriend, Sabrina, in the film. It's a pity that Sabrina is an hard-core actress without talent. Melandri wants to die! In this contest, Flavio arrive in the production for the stage. He follows the advice of his friend Mirco, says to Melandri that is a biggest director in the world, and that has seen all his films...but Melandri asks him "and which do you prefer?" Flavio doesn't answer and Melandri get out him from the office, but when Flavio open the door, Melandri see Mirco and asks ... Written by bodhidarma

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Art for Art's Sake?

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Comedy | Romance

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The film had practically no budget and was shot largely without location filming permits. See more »

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Articolo 8
Written by Giraldi Alberto and Rossi Paolo
Performed by Giraldi Alberto and Rossi Paolo
Courtesy of Domani Musica S.r.l.
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my impression
29 March 2004 | by (rome) – See all my reviews

I particularly appreciated this movie since is giving a real and funny image of the cinema s world. Also I think must be appreciated the work made by the director with a limited budget. The history appears original and,sometimes,circumstances are really comics.To be underlined the ability of Avallone Antonello on characterizing the personality of a movie producer. Also i would like to withdraw the attention of the audience about editing and originality of some shots.


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