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The young priest Father Giulio returns to Rome, his hometown, after a long pilgrimage. Don Giulio hopes to live peacefully with his family and his friends, but discovers that many of them are depressed or frustrated, and some suicidal.... See more »

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Don Giulio
Ferruccio De Ceresa ...
Padre di don Giulio / Don Giulio's Father
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Saverio
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Valentina
Dario Cantarelli ...
Gianni
Giovanni Buttafava ...
Avvocato / Lawyer
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Lucia
Pietro De Vico ...
Frate / Friar
Eugenio Masciari ...
Antonio
Vincenzo Salemme ...
Andrea
Roberto Vezzosi ...
Cesare
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Madre di don Giulio / Don Giulio's Mother
Anna Cesareni
Sandro De Santis
Mauro Fabretti ...
Simone
Antonella Fattori ...
Astrid
Umberto Bellissimo ...
Aggressore col coltello / Hooligan
Massimo Milazzo ...
Pyschopath by the parking spot
Bianca Pesce ...
Silvia
Oreste Rotundo ...
Cliente in libreria / Bookshop client
Carlina Torta ...
Arianna (as Carla Maria Torta)
Mariella Valentini ...
Ragazza in confessione
Stefano Viali
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Hooligan (uncredited)
Francesco Di Giacomo ...
Federico (uncredited)
Inigo Lezzi ...
Idraulico / Plumber (uncredited)
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Laughing man in parents' class (uncredited)
Luigi Moretti ...
Giudice / Judge (uncredited)
Luisanna Pandolfi ...
Madre / Mother (uncredited)
Maurizio Parretti ...
(uncredited)
Mario Monaci Toschi ...
(uncredited)

Directed by

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Nanni Moretti

Written by

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Nanni Moretti ... (story) and
Sandro Petraglia ... (story)
 
Nanni Moretti ... (screenplay) and
Sandro Petraglia ... (screenplay)

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Achille Manzotti ... producer
Raffaello Saragò ... executive producer

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Nicola Piovani

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Franco Di Giacomo

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Mirco Garrone

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Roberto Missiroli ... assistant editor
Rosanna Palma ... assistant editor
Giacomo Volpi ... colorist

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Giorgio Bertolini
Amedeo Fago

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Livia Del Priore

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Lia Francesca Morandini ... (as Lia Morandini)

Makeup Department

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Mario Di Salvio ... makeup artist
Guerrino Todero ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Dino Di Dionisio ... unit manager
Luigi Lagrasta ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Daniele Luchetti ... first assistant director
Mario Monaci Toschi ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Livia Del Priore ... assistant production designer
Carlo Gagliardi ... props
Mauro Vitturini ... props

Sound Department

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Fausto Ancillai ... sound mixer
Massimo Anzellotti ... sound effects editor
Franco Borni ... sound recordist
Alessandro Peticca ... sound editor (as Sandro Peticca)
Giulio Viggiani ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mauro Anzelotti ... key grip (as Mauro Anzellotti)
Luigi Cecchini ... first assistant camera
Alessandro Chiara ... second assistant camera (as Alessandro Ghiara)
Valerio Garzia ... gaffer
Ermanno Serto ... still photographer
Carlo Tafani ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Maria Rita Barbera ... assistant costume designer
Anita Cavallari ... seamstress (as Annita Cavallari)

Music Department

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Saro Cosentino ... songs
Nicola Piovani ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Eleonora Pallottini ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Paolo Bernardini ... production driver

Additional Crew

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Daniela Berardi ... accountant intern
Laura Cimarelli ... production accountant
Oreste Cuoci ... production secretary
Stefano De Paolis ... production secretary
Anna Maria De Pedys ... administrator

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Plot Summary

The young priest Father Giulio returns to Rome, his hometown, after a long pilgrimage. Don Giulio hopes to live peacefully with his family and his friends, but discovers that many of them are depressed or frustrated, and some suicidal. Father Giulio determines to leave again, but his stopped parents convince him to perform the wedding ceremony for his friend Caesar and his fiancee. Don Giulio rushes through the ceremony and then away from Rome. Once away from the city, he immediately regains happiness. Written by X

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Also Known As
  • The Mass Is Ended (World-wide, English title)
  • La messe est finie (France)
  • La misa ha terminado (Spain)
  • ジュリオの当惑 (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Messu on päättynyt (Finland)
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  • 94 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Initially, the role of the terrorist was going to be played by Moretti himself, as some kind of Giulio's "evil twin", with the exception of having a beard in the case of the terrorist. Then, the role went to Vincenzo Salemme. See more »
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