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But Forever in My Mind (1999)

Come te nessuno mai (original title)
Silvio is sixteen and is more interested in girls than politics. When his high school is occupy by students, he takes the chance to find his soulmate. He and his friend Ponzi experience the... See full summary »

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Gabriele Muccino

Writers:

Marco Valerio Fusco (idea), Gabriele Muccino (story) | 4 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Silvio Muccino Silvio Muccino ... Silvio Ristuccia
Giuseppe Sanfelice Giuseppe Sanfelice ... Ponzi (as Giuseppe Sanfelice di Monteforte)
Giulia Louise Steigerwalt Giulia Louise Steigerwalt ... Claudia (as Giulia Steigerwalt)
Giulia Carmignani Giulia Carmignani ... Valentina
Luca De Filippo Luca De Filippo ... Patrizio
Anna Galiena ... Eleonora
Enrico Silvestrin Enrico Silvestrin ... Alberto Ristuccia
Giulia Ciccone Giulia Ciccone ... Chiara Ristuccia
Simone Pagani Simone Pagani ... Martino
Caterina Silva Caterina Silva ... Giulia
Sara Pelagalli Sara Pelagalli ... Marta
Saverio Micheli Saverio Micheli ... Filippo
Cristiano Iuliano Cristiano Iuliano ... Lorenzo (as Cristiano Juliano)
Nicola Campiotti ... Gustavo
Alessandro Palombo Alessandro Palombo ... Leon
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Silvio is sixteen and is more interested in girls than politics. When his high school is occupy by students, he takes the chance to find his soulmate. He and his friend Ponzi experience the anxiety of love and sex. The occupation is shut down by the police. After a first deception, Silvio will find his first love almost by chance. Written by X

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

20 December 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

But Forever in My Mind See more »

Filming Locations:

Rome, Lazio, Italy

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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15 September 2007 | by andrabemSee all my reviews

"Come te nessuno mai" is another teen film among so many. It could easily be an American teen film, only it's spoken in Italian, and politics plays a more important role than in their American counterparts (there's no left x right in the USA - American teenagers, as portrayed by American films, are more concerned with status and clothes. But politics is not really important for the story of "Come te nessuno mai" - it is just a game played by these children of well-to-do parents. If they were in USA they would be cheering for a basketball player.

Another significant difference between "Come te nessuno mai" and its American counterparts is that the acting is much better and the romantic scenes have really a romantic feel.

All in all "Come te nessuno mai" is entertaining, funny and sometimes moving, but it is a disposable movie - it's easy to see and easier to forget.

Maybe one day there will be a director able to give a deeper portrayal of the teen world. Teenagers are not the cardboard figures usually shown in the teen films. They deserve better films.


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