Director Luigi Magni
Screenplay Luigi Magni
Writer Luigi Magni
Music director Nicola Piovani
|Release date 2000|
Cast Lucrezia Lante della Rovere (Cecilia), Nino Manfredi (Cardinale), Valerio Mastandrea (Fabrizio), Fabrizio Gifuni (Zaccaria), Claudio Amendola (Lupone), Pierfrancesco Favino (Sergente)
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La Carbonara is a 2000 Italian historical comedy-drama film written and directed by Luigi Magni.
Espaguetis a la carbonara
Rome, early 1800. Cecilia is a commoner who runs an inn, where the specialty is the so-called "pasta carbonara". Moreover, the woman is tied to the movement of young patriots, said "Carbonari", who want a united Italy, and are struggling against the power of the pope. Cecilia believes she lost her husband in a fatal accident, and has made a new lover: Fabrizio, who is also a patriot. One day the guy's saved by a monk, when he is about to be imprisoned by the soldiers of Cardinal Rivarola. The monk is the husband of Cecilia, not dead in the accident, and now he helps her to fight against the power of Rome with the Carbonari.
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