Italians is a 2009 Italian comedy film written and directed by Giovanni Veronesi. For this film Paolo Buonvino won the Silver Ribbon for best score. the film also received three nominations at David di Donatello for best score, best sound and best special effects.
|Directed by||Giovanni Veronesi|
|Produced by||Aurelio De Laurentiis|
|Written by||Giovanni Veronesi |
|Music by||Paolo Buonvino|
First segment: Fortunato is a trucker specialized in the transport of luxury vehicles, especially Ferrari, in Saudi Arabia and in other Gulf countries. Tired of a life away from home and in the process of retiring, he accompanies his successor, the young Marcello, for his last trip in Dubai.
Second segment: Giulio Cesare Carminati, a successful Roman dentist, is forced to travel to St. Petersburg for a medical conference that he had organized but which would not want to participate because of the depression in which he fell since his wife's premature death. There he comes into contact with Vito Calzone, an exuberant Sicilian who lives in the Russian city and organizes meetings with local escorts on behalf of the Italian tourists.
- Carlo Verdone as Giulio Cesare Carminati
- Sergio Castellitto as Fortunato Polidori
- Riccardo Scamarcio as Marcello Polidori / Walter Lo Russo
- Ksenia Rappoport as Vera
- Dario Bandiera as Vito Calzone
- Valeria Solarino as Haifa
- Remo Girone as Roviglione
- Elena Presti as Roviglione's wife
- John Graham Harper as Mr. Vandenheim
- Polina Sidikhina as Natalia
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