Filippo (Antonio Albanese) is a star on the Italian TV. He works for a documentary series about wild animals and nature. He is sent to Tenerife (Spain) to shot an issue about the local ... See full summary »


Giulio Manfredonia


Danny Rubin (screenplay), Harold Ramis (screenplay) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Antonio Albanese ... Filippo
Fabio De Luigi Fabio De Luigi ... Enrico
Goya Toledo ... Rita
Asunción Balaguer ... Rosa
Pepón Nieto ... Bob
Beatriz Rico Beatriz Rico ... Candela
Esther Ortega ... Marta
Jacobo Dicenta ... Martin (as Jacobo Dicenta Pérez)
Carlos Lucas Carlos Lucas ... Carlos (as Carlos Lucas René)
Pilar Punzano Pilar Punzano ... Miriam (as Pilar Pérez Punzano)
Enrique Escudero Enrique Escudero ... Berto (as Enrique Escudero Vera)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Victoria Mora Victoria Mora ... Battitrice Asta


Filippo (Antonio Albanese) is a star on the Italian TV. He works for a documentary series about wild animals and nature. He is sent to Tenerife (Spain) to shot an issue about the local stork. It is the 13th of August. After he did his job is time to leave, but the ferry couldn't operate. He has to spend the night in the island. The day after is again the 13th of August, and Filippo live again the same day for different times. Something has to change to exit the paranoid and unrealistic situation. Written by 1felco

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Comedy | Fantasy


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As a remake of the movie Groundhog Day (1993), it pays tribute in the opening sequence showing the main character as a TV naturalist talking about a groundhog. The plot line is actually about storks. See more »


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Original and Entertaining

The plot in this movie has probably already been developed elsewhere but the way it's delivered is original. Filippo is a selfish and arrogant TV journalist who goes to the Canary islands to shoot a documentary about storks. At first everything seems to be normal but the day after he realizes that he's still living the day before. Plus he can't leave the small and lovely island he's on because every day the sea is in storm. So every day Filippo is living the 13th of August, always having the same situations and dealing with the same people. However, knowing in advance how people will act and what kind of situations he'll go through, he manages to get a kick out of his experience by doing crazy stuff among which being arrested and committing suicide. Besides the comic side of the story, there is the serious one in which Filippo every (same) day that passes learns to be a better man and be helpful to his friends and to the local community.

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16 January 2004 (Italy) See more »

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It's Already Yesterday See more »


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EUR4,400,000 (estimated)

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