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Bianco, rosso e Verdone (1981)

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On election day, three Italians travel to their home town to vote.

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Carlo Verdone
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Carlo Verdone ... Pasquale Ametrano / Furio Zoccano / Mimmo
Irina Sanpiter Irina Sanpiter ... Magda Ghiglioni
Elena Fabrizi Elena Fabrizi ... Nonna Teresa
Angelo Infanti Angelo Infanti ... Raul
Milena Vukotic ... Prostituta
Mario Brega ... 'Il Principe'
Andrea Aureli ... Zio di Mimmo
Elisabeth Wiener ... Pasquale's wife
Anna Alessandra Ariorio Anna Alessandra Ariorio ... Ragazza Russa
Vittorio Zarfati ... Portiere
Giovanni Brusadori Giovanni Brusadori ... Medico
Guido Monti Guido Monti ... Anton Luca Zoccano
Giuseppe Pezzulli Giuseppe Pezzulli ... Anton Giulio Zoccano
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Storyline

Three Italian have to move from their current city to vote to local elections elsewhere. Pasquale is an Italian emigrant living in Munich (Germany). He has to vote in Matera, Basilicata (south of Italy). He is genuinely happy to come back in Italy, even if just for some days; but the country he is dreaming is different from the reality he meets. Furio move from Torino to Roma with all his family. He is so niggler and heavy that Magda, his wife, is thinking to escape. Mimmo is a young good fellow, moving with his grand mother, from Verona to Roma. His trip is disturbed by worries about her health, while she is very calm. Written by 1felco

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Actor/director Carlo Verdone recalled in an interview that his mentor/producer Sergio Leone hated the character of Furio, whose scene were ultimately saved because Alberto Sordi and Monica Vitti, invited to an early private screening of the movie, found him amusing. See more »

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good and funny
20 December 2009 | by robertofuianoSee all my reviews

Funny movie, very 70s, perhaps one of the best movies of Carlo Verdone , Italians really like. Carlo Verdone's films always have a dramatic side, a must for devotees of Verdone, he also plays several parts, is identified in more personality. It 'a movie that I've always enjoyed, Verdone also at that time tended to play multiple characters. And certainly most of the players followed uo landscape of Italian comic, a large following and likes to many. Even her other films are pretty funny. It 'a movie that I've always enjoyed, Verdone also at that time tended to play multiple characters. And certainly most of the players followed uo landscape of Italian comic, a large following and likes to many. Many films Verdone in Italy are cult movie because of his jokes, I myself saw his films dozens of times without ever getting tired. Even her other films are pretty funny, they are excellent pastime. See it all at home, does not disappoint.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

20 February 1981 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Hvit, rød og mørk grønn See more »

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Medusa Distribuzione See more »
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