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by Leonardo Pieraccioni


Gilberto is a physical education teacher. As soon as he separates from his wife, one of his pupil, a sixteen years old girl, falls in love with him. The girls writes him love messages in all the world’s languages and leaves them everywhere she is sure he can find them. Gilberto is desperate, especially as Paolina, his ex wife, threatened him that she will kill him if she finds out he has a new lover. There is indeed a new lover, Margherita, a animal psychologist at the zoo in Pistoia.

original title: Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo
country: Italy
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Leonardo Pieraccioni
film run: 100'
release date: IT 16/12/2005, CH 22/12/2005, DE 05/04/2007
screenplay: Leonardo Pieraccioni, Giovanni Veronesi
cast: Marjo Berasategui, Giulia Elettra Gorietti, Leonardo Pieraccioni, Rocco Papaleo, Massimo Ceccherini, Giorgio Panariello
cinematography by: Italo Petriccione
film editing: Stefano Chierchiè
art director: Gianluca Sibaldi
production: Levante Film, Medusa Film
distributor: Medusa Film, Azur Film (DE)
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