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Da zero a dieci (2002)

Four middle-aged friends plan to re-experience an old weekend in Rimini.

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Credited cast:
Stefano Pesce ... Giove
Elisabetta Cavallotti ... Caterina
Massimo Bellinzoni ... Libero
Fabrizia Sacchi ... Lara
... Biccio
... Carmen
Stefano Venturi ... Baygon
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Dario Oppido
Stefania Rivi ... Betta
Sergio Romano ... Festival
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Roberto Siepi
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Four middle-aged friends plan to re-experience an old weekend in Rimini.

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From Zero to Ten  »

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$727,083 (Italy), 8 February 2002
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One of the first scenes takes place in the small town of Correggio. It was actually shot in a well known place of Rimini, the Leon Battista Alberti estate. See more »

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A very disappointing and rhetorical movie
22 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

Ligabue's new movie is very disappointing. furthermore, it undirectly reveals the weak points of the previous one, "Radio Freccia". There, he was supported by his sincere love for music, that here is on the background. The script is non-existent, and dialogues are silly to say the least. the whole movie is pervaded by an atmosphere of rethorics and insincerity. Ligabue is a good musician, that is undisputable. I hope that he will make music and cease up with movie definitely. it is a pity, indeed, for Italian movie producers to give a chance to a director only because he or she is well known to the audience, whereas some very skilled directors always remain in the background. That way, Italian movie scene will never advance.


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