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Marcello, una vita dolce (2006)

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Credited cast:
Sergio Castellitto ... Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anouk Aimée ... Herself
Ursula Andress ... Herself (archive footage)
Francesca Archibugi ... Herself
Marco Bellocchio ... Himself
Alfredo Bini Alfredo Bini ... Himself
Sandrine Bonnaire ... Herself
Richard Burton ... Himself (archive footage)
Claudia Cardinale ... Herself
Giovanna Cau ... Herself
Liliana Cavani ... Herself
Suso Cecchi D'Amico ... Herself
Vittorio De Sica ... Himself (archive footage)
Catherine Deneuve ... Herself (archive footage)
Gianni Di Venanzo ... Himself (archive footage)
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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

30 June 2007 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Marcello, uma Vida Doce See more »

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Surf Film, Orme, ACHAB Film See more »
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Edited from Casanova 70 (1965) See more »

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A unique portrayal of a sensible Latin lover : Marcello Mastroianni, a great actor from Italy.
15 September 2008 | by FilmCriticLalitRaoSee all my reviews

It is a true fact that documentaries about famous people related to cinema such as actors,actresses and directors are mostly boring affairs as there are moments in them when they try to glorify lives of cinema people.It is because of this partial attitude that very often a superficial gap between a star and a fan is created.It is a nice thing that Italian documentary film "Marcello,Una vita Dolce" is not at all a film which belongs to the former category.It is a film which is fairly honest in its assessment of one of the greatest actors not only in the history of Italian cinema but also in the history of world cinema.There are tributes from people who knew Marcello Mastroianni very well such as his daughter Chiara Mastroianni and his colleagues like Claudia Cardinale,Anouk Aimée and Philippe Noiret.We are talking about Marcello Mastroianni,a great human being and actor who scaled many wonderful cinematographic heights by dint of his hard work and humaneness.In this documentary film we get to see Marcello Mastroianni as an ordinary man rather than as a star.It is nice to see the manner in which all the major figures of Italian cinema pay their homages to one of Italy's most famous actors.They all agree unanimously that Marcello Mastroianni remained a true perfectionist who never missed any opportunity to learn new tricks of the trade.In this brilliant film,we discover many unknown facts about Marcello Mastroianni's life such as his never ending fascination for shoes and undying passion for telephones.Marcello,a sweet life is an important treasure for anyone who has anything to do with Marcello Mastroianni whether it is a dedicated fan or a serious researcher.Everybody will surely obtain something valuable to cherish from this creative documentary film.


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