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We are in Rome wavering from a neo-realistic style to an ironical style, where a typically Fellinian character of a prosperous prostitute helps a lost priest to change a tire of a Vatican ... See full summary »

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Roberto Leoni

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Roberto Leoni
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Cast

Credited cast:
Milena Miconi Milena Miconi
Benjamin Stender
Harold Bradley Harold Bradley
Marco Di Stefano
Tanya Khabarova Tanya Khabarova
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Sarina Alfarano ... Girl #2
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We are in Rome wavering from a neo-realistic style to an ironical style, where a typically Fellinian character of a prosperous prostitute helps a lost priest to change a tire of a Vatican luxurious Limousine. This encounter, notwithstanding the social and moral conventions, turns into a unique experience for both of them, giving a human cliché to the young man's spirituality and a spiritual touch to a young girl that is even too human. Written by Roberto Leoni

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

Italy

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Italian | English

Release Date:

9 September 2012 (Italy) See more »

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MDL Creations,MDL Motus See more »
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Color
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amusing, imaginative
20 September 2012 | by trusoff217See all my reviews

I saw this the other night at the Festiva del Cinema on the Tiber Island in Rome, a fabulous and evocative venue. There was a large audience there in expectation of seeing Carlo Verdone's latest film; this was added at the last minute, unannounced. The audience adored it, asked for a repeat, but there wasn't enough time. This is a funny, tender, and highly imaginative short with some Fellinian overtones, involving a bashful young priest driving an archbishop from the airport to the Vatican. Along the way he has a flat tire which he is unable to handle, and a street-walker comes to his aid and sets things right. He drives off in a daze thinking about her. Roberto Leoni is an unsung giant among storytellers, he has written something like 80 screenplays. It is through him and the few like him that Italian cinema is still breathing. The grumpy old archbishop of excellent in a minor part,the leading lady is sensuously stunning and delivers a wonderfully wicked characterization as the streetwalker. The feckless young priest couldn't be better cast. 15 delightful minutes.


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