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Director  Luciano Odorisio
Country  Italy
7/10 IMDb

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Language  Italian
Sciopen movie poster
Release date  1982

Sciop n duetto zio guido celano e nipote adalberto m merli


Sciopèn (also known as Chopin) is a 1982 Italian comedy film directed by Luciano Odorisio. The film entered the competition at the 39th Venice Film Festival, in which it won the Silver Lion for best first work. Odorisio was awarded best new director at the San Sebastián International Film Festival, while Tino Schirinzi won a Silver Ribbon for best supporting actor.

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Plot

In Abruzzo, in the town of Chieti, a group of friends workers, with the passion of classical music, try to rebuild a historic city orchestra, which no longer exists. The final concert provides only compositions the famous composer Frédéric Chopin, and the citizens of Chieti seem willing to finance the project. However, the mayor and local officials are skeptical, because the think only to their interests. So the project soon failed, but the workers come from defeat with a smile.

Cast

  • Michele Placido: Francesco Maria Vitale
  • Giuliana De Sio: Marta Vitale
  • Adalberto Maria Merli: Andrea Serano
  • Guido Celano: Cesare Serano '’zio Cesarin'’
  • Tino Schirinzi: Nicolino
  • Fabio Traversa: Vittorio
  • Lino Troisi: Lawyer Gianni D'Angelo
  • Anna Bonaiuto: Laura Serano
  • References

    Sciopèn Wikipedia


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