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Director  Mario Monicelli
Country  Italy Spain
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Action, Adventure, Comedy
Language  Italian
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Writer  Leo Benvenuti, Suso Cecchi dAmico, Piero De Bernardi, Mario Monicelli
Release date  1988 (1988)
Music director  Lucio Dalla, Mauro Malavasi
Screenplay  Mario Monicelli, Piero De Bernardi, Suso Cecchi dAmico, Leonardo Benvenuti
Cast  Giancarlo Giannini, Enrico Montesano, Vittorio Gassman, Giuliana de Sio, Bernard Blier, Nino Manfredi
Similar movies  Related Mario Monicelli movies

I picari, internationally released as The Rogues, is a 1987 Italian comedy film written and directed by Mario Monicelli. It is freely inspired by the Spanish novels Lazarillo de Tormes and Guzman de Alfarache.


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The film was co-produced with Spain, where it was released as Los alegres pĂ­caros.

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The film is directed by Monicelli the last to be set in renaissance and medieval eras such as L'armata Brancaleone. The genus, as in other previous film, is constituted by a tilting of society and the environment of the ways to make the characters in which takes place the film, making the genus parodistic and goliardic.

The Rogues (film) I picari 1987

In Spain of 1600, vagrants Lazarillo and Guzman meet in a boat where they are slaves. Both have had a difficult childhood and troubled because of their parents. The first was adopted by a prostitute and a blind wanderer (Nino Manfredi) who earn a living cheated and stole, sometimes even free of charge, while the second was even beaten and scourged. Escaped from the boat in which they were held captive, Lazarillo and Guzman calling in a strange place where they cheat a blacksmith and later travestitisi gentleman, are hosted by an impoverished nobleman (Vittorio Gassman). However, the two tramps, thinking he had made a fortune entering the service of the noble, they are shocked by the poor environment and the dire economic conditions in which he finds himself. Fled, Lazarillo and Guzman will become part of a theater company to scrape together some money and then buy a prostitute to amuse. Subsequently, however, Guzman and Lazarillo they encounter a gang of criminals who are attempting a difficult shot and eventually one of them killed a guard of the king, will be sentenced to death. Fortunately, the friend saves replacing it with another prisoner.


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  • Giancarlo Giannini: Guzman de Alfarache
  • Enrico Montesano: Lazarillo de Tormes
  • Vittorio Gassman: Marquis Felipe de Aragona
  • Nino Manfredi: the blind wanderer
  • Giuliana De Sio: Rosario
  • Bernard Blier: the pimp
  • Paolo Hendel: the tutor
  • Vittorio Caprioli: Mozzafiato
  • Enzo Robutti: the Captain of the ship
  • Blanca Marsillach: Ponzia
  • Maria Casanova: Pregnant Woman
  • Claudio Bisio: the leader of the mutinied rowers
  • Sal Borgese: the boatswain
  • Sabrina Ferilli the young prostitute

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