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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
Pasquale Catalano .... special effects
Paolo Galiano .... weapons
Fabio Traversari .... special effects supervisor
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
Maximiliano Czertok .... sale representative
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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Broken-Backed Episode with an Exciting Denouement, 7 September 2015
Author: l_rawjalaurence from London

SEVEN MONDAYS is in a sense two episodes in one. In the first, Montalbano (Michele Riondino) investigates the death of a local bourgeois. Ostensibly it looks like a filial crime involving an alcoholic married to a money-grasping spouse, but it turns out to be a crime of passion. In the second, and perhaps more interesting plot, our hero investigates a series of animal murders over a seven- week period in which the victim gets bigger and bigger each time - first a fish, and culminating in an elephant. Eventually he becomes embroiled in another family affair, only this time it involves an extreme form of Christianity that can only be explained by an ancient mystic (Sergio Graziani).

The attraction of this episode stems from an exciting ending, where the Inspector and Fazio (Andrea Tidona) are in real danger of getting blown to bits in a historic theater. There is also several instances of comic repartee involving Montalbano and Augello (Alessio Vassallo), a would-be stud with a high opinion of himself. Sometimes it seems that sex assumes more significance than his job. Catarella (Fabrizio Pizzuto) flits ineffectively in and out of the action - on one occasion Montalbano gives him the herculean task of finding Livia's (Sarah Felberbaum's) whereabouts by searching the entire telephone directory of the Alps.

Eventually the episode ends happily, although we fear for the future of Montalbano and Livia's relationship. Although he professes love for her, his work keeps getting in the way of any future intimacies between the two.

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