The Seventh Floor (1967)

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A successful business man occasionally develops an unusual physical disturbance: his nose whistles, whenever he breathes. Because of this peculiar circumstance, he enters a private, ... See full summary »


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21 April 2003 | nils_asther
Underrated social plot movie
According to the late 1960s' social outline by eurocomedy, Tognazzi, -great usage observer, nothing less than one of the finest italian surrealist showmen, after Petrolini and Fellini-, performs, directs and produces this movie. Stratum habits, politics, psychological gradients, (well targeted), come in foreground from a humouresque-metaphysical scenario. A must-see, in my opinion.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

19 March 1967

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

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