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Kate - La bisbetica domata (2004)

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Neri Marcorè ...
Petrucchio (voice)
Daniela Cavallini ...
Caterina (voice)
Pino Ammendola ...
Alberto Caneva ...
Lucenzio (voice)
Mario Milita ...
Gremio (voice)
Carlo Reali ...
Battista (voice)
Romano Malaspina ...
Leone (voice)
Roberto Stocchi ...
Torvo (voice)
Marco Bresciani ...
Gratto (voice)
Laura Boccanera ...
Bianca (voice)

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Kate: The Taming of the Shrew  »

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Billed as the first-ever stop-animation movie made in Italy See more »

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Version of Deliver Us from Eva (2003) See more »

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An inspired and wonderful animation based on Shakespeare
16 February 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing Kate - The Movie recently and was truly amazed with this work of art. Lione uses stop motion animation with all the characters and sets made from paper with vibrant, Mediterranean colours and the kind of style and craftsmanship one would expect from an Italian movie. The Shakespeare subject makes the movie much more international and the music by Juan Bacalov (son of Oscar winner Luis Bacalov) is wonderful. Anyone who likes animation should see this, and it is not only for kids! As far as I know, the movie is shown at almost every relevant film festival around the world and has even won the first prize for animation at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival, where the jury are children - so they should know! Why has no distributor or broadcaster picked this wonderful movie up yet? Do they not go to these Festivals...?


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