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I PIÙ GRANDI DI TUTTI

by Carlo Virzì

synopsis

Pluto, the rock band that began its story fifteen years ago in the small town of Rosignano Solvay in Tuscany, Italy: a traditional rock band composed by voice, guitar, bass and drums that actually recorded two albums and had a song in a popular commercial on TV. However, as often happens, internal tensions and contrasting ideas brought them to break up. Today its components have to face much more practical problems: someone is looking for a job, others have a family. For all of them the Pluto experience is definitely over, at least until a fan calls them up to shoot a documentary.

original title: I più grandi di tutti
country: Italy
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Carlo Virzì
film run: 100'
release date: IT 04/04/2012
screenplay: Carlo Virzì, Andrea Agnello, Francesco Lagi
cast: Claudia Pandolfi, Alessandro Roja, Marco Cocci, Corrado Fortuna, Catherine Spaak, Claudia Potenza, Frankie Hi-Nrg, Dario Cappanera
cinematography by: Ferran Peredes Rubio
film editing: Simone Manetti
art director: Roberto De Angelis
costumes designer: Cristina La Parola
music: Carlo Virzì
producer: Fabrizio Donvito, Marco Cohen, Benedetto Habib, Carlo Virzì, Paolo Virzì
production: Indiana Production Company, Motorino Amaranto, RAI Cinema
backing: Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali
distributor: Eagle Pictures
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