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Luna Rossa: Red Moon Over Naples (1999)

The film presents this very special mentality using the Neapolitan music and its famous songs. A musical discovery of the sights and sounds of the city of Naples and its people. Naples, city under the volcano, city of contradictions.

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Michele Monetta ...
Emidio Ausiello ...
Tamburista
Riccardo de Luca ...
Cantante
Riccardo Zinna ...
Pazzarello
Salvatore Gatto ...
Pupazzo
Antonella Stefanucci ...
Casalinga
Paolo Coletta ...
Vecchio
Carlo Cerciello ...
Inquilino
Carolina Sellito ...
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Giuliana Gargiulo ...
Ascoltatrice
Imma Villa ...
Casaglinga
Massimo Napolitano ...
Marito
Agostino Chiumarello ...
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Francesco Ruotolo ...
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The film presents this very special mentality using the Neapolitan music and its famous songs. A musical discovery of the sights and sounds of the city of Naples and its people. Naples, city under the volcano, city of contradictions: beauty and ugliness, joy and desperation are found side by side throughout its history. Everything that makes Naples so fascinating is reflected in its music! The camera does not linger on details of picturesque tourist sights, but throws itself literally into the bustling traffic and street markets to meet the Neapolitans going about their daily life and strife! Written by Georg Brintrup

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The Neapolitan is not interested in truth, nor is he interested in what is useful, Naples is about what you feel.

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2 February 1999 (Italy)  »

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1.37 : 1
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