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Il più bel giorno della mia vita (2002)

The lively goings-on of a modern family seen through the eyes of a young girl just about to receive her first Communion.

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Rita
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Claudio
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Carlo
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Davide (as Jean Hugues Anglade)
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Sandro Berardi
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Maria Luisa De Crescenzo ...
Chiara
Gabriella Barbuti ...
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Barbara Blanc ...
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Clarita Bollettini ...
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Gaia Conforzi ...
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Larisa Filippova ...
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The lively goings-on of a modern family seen through the eyes of a young girl just about to receive her first Communion.

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Der schönste Tag in meinem Leben  »

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could've been
11 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

A pity this film starred several major Italian actors and actresses, from Virna Lisi to Margherita Buy, and even today's seemingly brightest stars on the Italian movie scene, Luigi Lo Cascio and Sandra Ceccarelli. The problem with this piece of work is not the issues it discusses, these being quite simply some of the brightest and darkest sides of life. It is the fact that pretty much everything could have been done better here - the plot, the photography, the acting, the ending - none of which are anywhere near the level of "Luce dei miei occhi", a previous work (by another director) also starring Lo Cascio and Ceccarelli. The entrance of one manifestly dubbed foreign actor contributes in making the film more wobbly and less believable. But most of all, the way Ricky Tognazzi steps in, near the end of the story, exposes a major plot hole. After that final faux pas, the film is hardly salvageable.


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