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Mariangela Barbanente (screenplay)
Massimo Gaudioso (screenplay)
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Release Date:
22 September 2006 (Italy) See more »
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Directed by
Agostino Ferrente 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mariangela Barbanente  screenplay
Massimo Gaudioso  screenplay collaborator
Francesco Piccolo  screenplay

Produced by
Donatella Botti .... producer
Agostino Ferrente .... producer
Andrea Occhipinti .... producer
Cinematography by
Daniele Poli (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Roberta Cruciani 
Desideria Rayner 
Sound Department
Pierre-Yves Lavoué .... sound mixer
Marcos Molina .... sound editor
Silvia Moraes .... sound editor
Paolo Segat .... re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Pablo Mariano Picabea .... film recording engineer
Paolo Verrucci .... digital intermediate colorist
Camera and Electrical Department
Manuel Incagnoli .... steadicam operator
Editorial Department
Roberta Cruciani .... additional editor
Simone Fontana .... digital intermediate editor
Ian Degrassi .... special thanks
Riccardo Marchegiani .... special thanks


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Also Known As:
"L'orchestra di Piazza Vittorio" - Italy (original title)
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Switzerland:93 min


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12 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
Some immigrants in Rome sure are good musicians!, 12 October 2006
Author: corentin-wauters from Italy

This music documentary is about a "world music(s)" orchestra which, when the crew started shooting the film, didn't even exist. It therefore has a feature-film type of scenario, with a build-up, climax, etc. The story is a moving account of an Italian music lover who lives in Rome's immigrant area and decides to make a band with locals (i.e. immigrants). Although his first attempts to find musicians fail miserably, he ends up finding some brilliant musicians... and characters: A Tunisian playboy-vocalist, a Cuban traveller/trumpet player, a recently-arrived Indian tablas player, etc. The documentary is well put together and dotted with amusing low-budget video-clips. The film opens with an Indian romantic song and dance in the middle of Piazza Vittorio, the film's focus-point.

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