A prison-set musical about a female theater director who sets up a reinterpretation of the Crucifixion.

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Cast

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Libero
Gianluca Gobbi ...
Don Iridio
Cristiano Godano ...
Cristiano
Luciana Littizzetto ...
Suor Bonaria
Francesco Signa ...
Cecco
Paolo Ciarchi ...
Gipsy
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Script Girl
Angela Vuolo ...
Shop Assistant
Christian Konabitè ...
Worker
Valentina Taricco ...
Pezzi
Ladis Zanini ...
Policeman
Dante Cecchin ...
Organ Player
Riccardo Tesio ...
Musician (as Marlene Kuntz)
Luca Bergia ...
Musician (as Marlene Kuntz)
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A prison-set musical about a female theater director who sets up a reinterpretation of the Crucifixion.

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Freedom  »

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Staccato
Written by Francesco De Luca & Alessandro Forti
Performed by Orchestra di Roma conducted by Francesco De Luca
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