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by Sergio Stivaletti


The story is inspired by the real character of Pietro De Negri, better known as Er Canaro (from Roman dialect: "the dog keeper"). De Negri lived in the Rome's suburb of Magliana. At the age of 27, he killed former boxer, quarter tough guy, and fellow cocaine addict Giancarlo Ricci. The so-called Canaro's killing is notable for being one of the most gruesome crimes carried out in Italy, particularly because the victim watched powerless during the excessive mutilation.

original title: Rabbia Furiosa
country: Italy
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Sergio Stivaletti
release date: IT 7/06/2018
screenplay: Sergio Stivaletti, Antonio Tentori, Antonio Lusci
cast: Riccardo De Filippis, Romina Mondello, Virgilio Olivari, Gianni Franco, Rosario Petix, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Romuald Andrzej Klos, Luis Molteni, Marco Felli, Ottaviano Dell'Acqua
cinematography by: Francesco Ciccone
film editing: Crescenzo Mazza, Alfredo Orlandi
art director: Sergio Stivaletti, Tonino Di Giovanni
costumes designer: Francesco Bureca
music: Maurizio Abeni
producer: Sergio Stivaletti
production: Apocalypsis, Fantastic Forge
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