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Three Point Six (2003)

Tre punto sei (original title)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Valerio Binasco Valerio Binasco ... Salvo
Marco Giallini ... Dante
Petra Faksova Petra Faksova ... Luna
Stefania Orsola Garello Stefania Orsola Garello ... Nanà
Michele Nani Michele Nani ... Capo Commissione
Cosimo Cinieri ... Montecarlo
Hedy Krissane Hedy Krissane ... Lutfi
Cristiano Campus Cristiano Campus ... Kamal
Fathy El Gharbawy Fathy El Gharbawy ... Amid (as Fathy E. Elgharbawy)
Renzo Bergero Renzo Bergero ... Grimaldi
Maconda Dezardelle Maconda Dezardelle ... Pascal
Blaise Ndogala Blaise Ndogala ... Lottatore
Ali Brahim Ali Brahim ... Padre di Pascal
Gennaro Di Sarno Gennaro Di Sarno ... Secondo Uomo Commisione
Amaranta Flagelli Amaranta Flagelli ... Ragazza Tatuata


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Sun, culture, è la dolce vita, or not. Italy is different than you think.
24 October 2003 | by RichLIsolaSee all my reviews

What do you think of when you think of Italy, sole, cultura, la bella vita? Would you ever consider that it could be just like here. "Tre punto Sei" set in the rapidly changing urban northern italian city of Torino (Turin) Shows an emerging new world of organized crime that blends the tradional Mafias of Italy with the new ultra violent immigrant gangs that have immerged during the past ten years. The Mafia today is much like the drug gangs of LA and it has survived by adapting to the new enterprises of modern crime, People smuggling and Drug dealing. The film deals with the relationship between two friends Salvo and Nero, Salvo is a corrupt cop with a failing marriage sent to investigate a brewing war between the Arab and African drug gangs in Turin, while Nero friend and former love of Salvo's wife is trying to escape his role as mafia son, drug corrier and heir to an aging Italian crime family, trying to broker a peace between the pyschotic new arrivals. In escaping he finds love with Luna a sad Eastern European girl, who's trying to make a new life in Italy and find her italian dream man. But complications happen as the war grows, and la polizia finanziaria crack down on Salvo his corrupt partners and the Mafia empire. This film is unusal for Italian films, which are usually comedies or humanistic character stories, it borrows much from Tarantino's fast and quick editing while utilizing a gritty, luck. The story is an old one and the characterzation of characters other than Salvo and Nero are largely superficial, but the film has merit if not originality. If only for the appealing editing style, loud and moody soundtrack, and the opening of modern Europe to us all. It's not what you think, it's changing and not for the better it might seem.

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Release Date:

13 June 2003 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Turin, Piedmont, Italy

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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