Stasera mi butto (1967)

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The son of an Italian Countess meets a young lady staying at a seaside resort with friends. His attentions are turned when a U.S. celebrity, Lola Falana, comes to town and steals his ... See full summary »


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20 February 2021 | RodrigAndrisan
A "music video" far too long!
I also saw Lola Falana in serious films, made by great directors, "The Liberation of L.B. Jones" (1970), directed by William Wyler and "The Klansman" (1974), directed by Terence Young. Giancarlo Giannini, the later important actor, is here in one of his first roles. Marisa Sannia was more of a singer, with a very beautiful voice, she appears here singing, the role being created especially for that. Nino Taranto has starred in many light comedies and many other musical films, like this one, fashionable in the '60s. In two embarrassing roles, Ciccio Ingrassia and Franco Franchi, two Italian comedians, present in many other cheap comedies, Ciccio appearing also in two very good films, "Amarcord" (1973) by Fellini, and "La violenza: Quinto potere" (1972). Enrico Montesano, the great comic actor of later, here in a very small role, being in his debut. The film is worth seeing exclusively by those who know and love the mentioned actors and singers. No stars!

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