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"The Young Montalbano" Sette lunedì (2012)"Il giovane Montalbano" Sette lunedì (original title)

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Original Air Date:
29 March 2012 (Season 1, Episode 6)
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Gianluca Maria Tavarelli 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Francesco Bruni 
Andrea Camilleri 

Produced by
Gianfranco Barbagallo .... executive producer
Production Design by
Luciano Ricceri 
Set Decoration by
Simona Garotta 
Makeup Department
Barbara Pellegrini .... key makeup artist
Art Department
Tommaso Borrelli .... graphic designer
Rosalia Maria Canino .... first assistant set decorator
Sound Department
Simone Chiossi .... sound editor
Valeria Marrale .... sound editor
Valerio Secondini .... sound re-recording mixer assistant
Special Effects by
Paolo Galiano .... weapons
Visual Effects by
Claudia Coppa .... digital compositor
Giovanna Fronduti .... visual effects production assistant
Francesco Spadoni .... visual effects (digital restoration)
Micaela Tempesta .... digital compositor
Elisa Tiziani .... digital compositor
Riccardo Mioni .... stunt driver
Stefano Maria Mioni .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Roberto Albero .... key grip: yellow unit grip department
Caterina Colombo .... assistant camera
Fabrizio Di Giulio .... still photographer
Fabio Lucheroni .... electrician
Wojtek Trovato .... electrician
Casting Department
Chiara Agnello .... casting associate
Flavia Toti Lombardozzi .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Maria Fantastica Valmori .... assistant editor
Music Department
Angelo Giovagnoli .... orchestra coordinator
Luigi Lombardi d'Aquino .... conductor
Other crew
Giacomo Barbieri .... production secretary
Marzia Milanesi .... publicist
Roberto Ornaro .... production accountant

Series Crew
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Produced by
Nora Barbieri .... producer
Carlo Degli Esposti .... producer
Gloria Giorgianni .... producer
Erica Pellegrini .... producer
Original Music by
Andrea Guerra 
Cinematography by
Lorenzo Adorisio 
Film Editing by
Alessandro Heffler 
Production Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Il giovane Montalbano: Sette lunedì (#1.6)" - Italy (original title)
Finland:116 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Seven Mondays, 12 October 2013
Author: Tweekums from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This episode sees Montalbano and the team investigating two cases; one that is fairly routine, the other most definitely isn't. The routine case involves the murder of a rich, elderly man; initially it is assumed his drunken son killed him for the inheritance but it isn't long before it looks as if he couldn't have done it. The second case initially appears almost trivial; one Monday morning they receive a report concerning the shooting of a fish! They begin to wonder if it is a bit more serious when the next week a chicken is shot and the next week a dog. Somebody is shooting increasingly large animals and they have to figure out who it is before a person is targeted… it won't be easy though as there is no obvious connection between the animals or their owners.

It is a pity that this was the final episode of this all too short series; I can only hope more are made later. The two cases were interesting although the old man's murder was solved surprisingly quickly. That didn't matter though as the animal case was both interesting and bizarre. It may have got a bit silly towards the end but that didn't matter as the story was both entertaining and amusing. The fact that the stories are often amusing is what makes the series appeal to me. Inevitably many of the laughs come from the bumbling Catarella but they are also provided by the womanising Mimi and even Montalbano himself as he becomes jealous when girlfriend Livia goes on holiday without him. As always the acting is solid; the actors really bring the characters to life even though I rely on the subtitles to understand what they are saying.

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