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La voce della luna ()


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The amusing and entertaining adventures of a recently released mental patient and his band of misfits, discover conspiracies to concur while looking for love.

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Ivo Salvini
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Gonnella
Nadia Ottaviani ...
Aldina
Marisa Tomasi ...
Marisa
Angelo Orlando ...
Nestore
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Flute player
Syusy Blady ...
Susy
Dario Ghirardi ...
Journalist
Dominique Chevalier ...
1st Micheluzzi Brother
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2nd Micheluzzi Brother
Vito ...
3rd Micheluzzi Brother
Daniela Airoldi
Stefano Antonucci
Ferruccio Brembilla
Stefano Cedrati
Giampaolo Cocchi
Roberto Corbiletto
Giordano Falzoni
Mario Falcione
Fabio Gaetani
Ettore Geri
Franco Javarone ...
(as Giovanni Javarone)
Lorose Keller
Luciano Manzalini ...
(as Gemelli Ruggeri)
Arrigo Mozzo
Pippo Negri
Angela Parmigiani
Carmine Ponticiello
Patrizio Roversi
Roberto Russoniello
Concetta Sferrazza
Giorgio Soffritti
Massimo Speroni
Silvana Strocchi
Eraldo Turra
Arturo Vacquer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Averlant ...
(as Eric-André Averlant)
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(uncredited)
Luciana Castellucci ...
(uncredited)
Lucia Mortato ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Uta Schmidt ...
Grandmother (uncredited)

Directed by

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Federico Fellini

Written by

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Ermanno Cavazzoni ... (novel)
 
Ermanno Cavazzoni ... (screenplay)
 
Federico Fellini ... ()
 
Tullio Pinelli ... ()

Produced by

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Bruno Altissimi ... executive producer
Ritza Brown ... associate producer
Mario Cecchi Gori ... producer
Vittorio Cecchi Gori ... producer
André Djaoui ... co-producer
Maurizio Pastrovich ... executive producer
Claudio Saraceni ... executive producer

Music by

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Nicola Piovani

Cinematography by

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Tonino Delli Colli

Film Editing by

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Nino Baragli

Editorial Department

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Patrizia Ceresani ... assistant editor
Emanuela Lucidi ... assistant editor
Mario Mearelli ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Dante Ferretti

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Maria-Teresa Barbasso
Nazzareno Piana
Massimo Razzi

Set Decoration by

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Francesca Lo Schiavo

Costume Design by

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Maurizio Millenotti

Makeup Department

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Giusy Bovino ... hair stylist
Massimo De Rossi ... makeup artist
Federico Laurenti ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Roberto Mannoni ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gianni Arduini ... assistant director

Art Department

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Fabio Carussi ... carpenter
Andrea Fantacci ... set designer
Antonio Fraulo ... assistant props
Francesca Lo Schiavo ... set dresser
Milo Manara ... poster artist
Luigi Sergianni ... construction manager
Antonio Tarolla ... assistant art director
Bruno Tempera ... property master

Sound Department

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Luciano Anzellotti ... foley artist
Massimo Anzellotti ... sound
Antonio Barba ... second sound mixer
Danilo Moroni ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Massimo Cristofanelli ... special effects technician

Stunts

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Giampiero Alferoni ... stunts
Stefano Maria Mioni ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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Eraldo Barbona ... grip
Massimo Barbona ... grip
Roberto Barbona ... grip
Andrea Collepiccolo ... assistant camera
Umberto Dessena ... grip
Romolo Eucalitto ... special photographer
Massimo Intoppa ... second camera operator
Marco Sperduti ... camera operator
Carlo Vinciguerra ... gaffer

Casting Department

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Romain Brémond ... casting: France
Fiammeta Profili ... casting: Italy

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giovanni Casalnuovo ... assistant costume designer
Carlo Poggioli ... assistant costume designer
Sarah Webster ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Fabio Venturi ... assistant music recording engineer

Transportation Department

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Paolo Bernardini ... unit driver

Other crew

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Daniela Barbiani ... unspecified assistant
Erasmo Colucci ... assistant accountant / production accountant
Giuliano Geleng ... publicity frames
Rinaldo Geleng ... publicity frames
Norma Giacchero ... script supervisor (as Norma Del Pace)
Pietro Notarianni ... general administration
Maurizio Pastrovich ... general administration
Marco Polimeni ... unspecified assistant
Cristina Romagnoli ... production assistant
Bojana Sutic ... production coordinator
Monica Verzolini ... production secretary
Giampiero Albertini ... voice dubbing: Nigel Harris (uncredited)
Renato Cortesi ... voice dubbing: Vito (uncredited)
Solveyg D'Assunta ... voice dubbing: Marisa Tomasi, Uta Schmidt (uncredited)
Sergio Di Giulio ... voice dubbing: Angelo Orlando (uncredited)
Oreste Lionello ... voice dubbing: Sim (uncredited)
Melina Martello ... voice dubbing: Nadia Ottaviani (uncredited)
Gisella Mathews ... voice dubbing: Lorose Keller (uncredited)
Gianni Musy ... voice dubbing: Patrizio Roversi (uncredited)
Enzo Robutti ... voice dubbing: Dominique Chevalier (uncredited)
Andrea Saraceni ... runner (uncredited)

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Also Known As
  • The Voice of the Moon (World-wide, English title)
  • La voz de la luna (Spain)
  • A Voz da Lua (Brazil)
  • Голос луны (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • A Hold hangja (Hungary)
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  • 122 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Even the original (Italian) dialogue was re-dubbed in order to increase the feeling of unreality. However, this is not a unique feature for this particular movie among Fellini's. On the contrary, it was very common for him to ask his performers to speak out loud randomly chosen numbers instead of the actual script text. Then the main cast would re-dub itself, the supporting cast being most of the time re-dubbed by a few specialized actors. It has to be said that in Italy direct sound wasn't much in use until the French 'Nouvelle Vague' made a massive use of it, in the name of realism, and thus became an example for the Italian film industry. Re-dubbing remained nonetheless a common practice, and an excellent one at that until the 1980s, and Fellini took advantage of its possibilities to increase the feeling of unreality in all of his movies by asking his dubbers (all of them) not to perfectly lip-sync. The only exceptions to this technique are his very early works, where the famous dreamlike world and sensitivity of the director aren't still outlined. See more »
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