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Filming underway on Massimiliano Bruno’s Non ci resta che il crimine

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- The new comedy by the director of Beata ignoranza catapults Alessandro Gassmann, Marco Giallini and Edoardo Leo back in time into the criminal underworld of Rome in the 1980s

Filming underway on Massimiliano Bruno’s Non ci resta che il crimine
The cast of Non ci resta che il crimine

Filming has been underway on Massimiliano Bruno’s Non ci resta che il crimine (lit. "All That Remains is Crime") since 21 May – a comedy in which reality goes beyond imagination and in which anything could happen. For his sixth feature film, the actor-writer-director of Nessuno mi può giudicare [+see also:
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(Nastro d’argento for Best Comedy in 2011), Gli ultimi saranno ultimi [+see also:
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and Beata ignoranza [+see also:
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, catapults both his cast – Alessandro Gassmann, Marco Giallini, Edoardo Leo, Gianmarco Tognazzi, Ilenia Pastorelli – and himself back in time to the early 80s.

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With a screenplay written by Massimiliano Bruno and Andrea Bassi, along with the duo behind They call me Jeeg [+see also:
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, Nicola Guaglianone and Menotti, the film kicks off in Rome in 2018, where three old friends, with little means but inexhaustible creative talent, decide to organise a "Criminal Tour" of Rome in order to check out the crime scenes of the old Magliana Gang. The idea, they are convinced, will be a gold mine. But due to an unpredictable trick of fate, they are suddenly catapulted into the 80s during the glorious period of the World Cup in Spain and find themselves face-to-face with members of the gang organising illegal football bets. Not to mention their meeting with a volcanic and disruptive dancer who threatens to mess things up even further. But their trip back in time might just be the perfect opportunity for redemption for these three friends...

Filming on Non ci resta che il crimine is due totake place entirely in Rome for seven weeks. Produced by Fulvio and Federica Lucisano for Italian International Film with Rai Cinema, the film will be released in cinemas in January 2019 with 01 Distribution.

(Translated from Italian)

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