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Albakiara (2008)

Director:

Stefano Salvati

Writers:

Ilaria Bernardini (contributing writer), Carlo Lucarelli (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Raz Degan ... Ispettore Castri
Laura Gigante Laura Gigante ... Chiara Malaguti
Davide Rossi Davide Rossi ... Nico Zanardi
Kelly Potts ... Kelly Jason (as Kelly Renee Potts)
Alessandro Haber Alessandro Haber ... Baldo Gabrielli
Vito Vito ... Tony
Dario Bandiera Dario Bandiera ... Andrea Giarratana
Fabrizio Sabatucci Fabrizio Sabatucci ... Vincenzo Giarratana
Ivano Marescotti Ivano Marescotti ... Commissario Guidotti
Loredana Cannata Loredana Cannata ... Maria Berti
Alessandra Sarno Alessandra Sarno ... Paola Gabrielli
Natalia Pioli Natalia Pioli ... Esmeralda Malaguti
Francesca Bagnara Francesca Bagnara ... Anna
Aura Rolenzetti Aura Rolenzetti ... Valentina
Andrea Lehotska Andrea Lehotska ... Bibi
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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

24 October 2008 (Italy) See more »

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Mikado Film,Pixeldna,Pixit See more »
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a story which swings back and forth between reality, both bitter and sweet, and fantasy
21 January 2015 | by bill-729-637551See all my reviews

There is a fairly simple story somewhere in this film, which I only took an interest in at first because Loredana Cannata ("la Donna Lupo") was in the cast ... I was somewhat irritated to find that she disappeared from the action after a few minutes, but I was soon appeased by some great acting and a well-told (if perhaps a little far-fetched) story. Greed and corruption are the prime movers at first, while petty criminals are unwittingly manipulated by the big wheelers and dealers. Naive teenagers provide a witty sub-plot, which is at first just very funny, but in the end turns sour when it crashes into the world of organized crime. Near the end you may want to look away during one rather disturbing scene (you'll recognize it in time to close your eyes when it comes up.) Otherwise a great piece of unusual film-making, the kind which Italians seem to be very good at.


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