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Concorso di colpa (2004)

Francesco De Bernardi is the chief commissioner of the homicide squad. He has a no-global child who challenges him.


Claudio Fragasso


Rossella Drudi
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Credited cast:
Francesco Nuti Francesco Nuti ... Francesco De Bernardi
Alessandro Benvenuti Alessandro Benvenuti ... Massimo Pallotta
Antonella Ponziani Antonella Ponziani ... Laura Lavezzi
Luca Lionello ... Giovanni
Massimo Bonetti Massimo Bonetti ... Roberto Melchiorre
Lorenzo Balducci ... Stefano De Bernardi
Luigi Maria Burruano ... Ispettore Di Nunzio
Gabriele Ferzetti ... Vito Santamaria
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicola Acunzo Nicola Acunzo
Marco Calcatelli Marco Calcatelli ... Giovane no global
Claudio Fragasso ... Film club owner
Diego Guerra ... Luchino Campolonghi


Francesco De Bernardi is the chief commissioner of the homicide squad. He has a no-global child who challenges him.

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A Pathetic State Of Affairs
26 August 2005 | by gabrieletaiboSee all my reviews

I've just rushed out of the theater where this film announcing the return of Francesco Nuti (return from where?) opened today. Claudio Fragasso made an almost okay film a few years back "Palermo Milano Solo Andata" the major problem with that film was a static, humorless script with more holes than a lunar landscape. Now with the complicity of the same scriptwriter, Rossella Drudi, he concocts a shameful piece of opportunistic nonsense. He is even late in the opportunistic department. The whole thing is so old, so unfocused, so stupid. The only humor in the nonsensical script is unintentional and Francesco Nuti, meanders through the film with absolutely nothing to say or do. He seems a graduate from the zombie school of acting. Not even a minute attempt to construct real multi dimensional characters. They're all a tiny ridiculous sketch. Not a single moment of truth and for a thriller not to have a moment of suspense or excitement is really too much. The main reason it doesn't work is because we don't give a damn about any of it. Yes, it's that bad, but not bad enough to be funny it's just boringly bad, bloated with self importance. Tonight, the director will be at the Eden theater to mingle with the audience. I wish he had shown this kind of courage when he was making the movie. To let out my anger let me add that the introduction of the "political connotations" verges on the offensive and the pointlessness of the story is just a tiny example of the pathetic state of modern Italian cinema.

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26 August 2005 (Italy) See more »

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Rome, Lazio, Italy See more »


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