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Luigi Lo Cascio,
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Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani
I went back to Italy for my holidays and I decided to watch this brand new Italian film. I reckon that a 7/10 is appropriate. I'm afraid it's not unforgettable... but I found it pretty and snappy. Quite a strong script that ensures a good rhythm. Interesting soundtrack (Probably something more than "interesting", but a bit too "poppy").
Actors are just fine. Carachters too, even if they don't seem enough "working class".
Marengo is neat, he decided not to risk... The film is already difficult to shoot because half of the scenes run at nightime. Good job man! But next time I'd like to laugh I little bit more!
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