Sergio Benvenuti is a shy seller of contracts for a Roman company of music, but because of his character he cannot find even a customer, so he asks for help from a fellow named Nadia.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:1982
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:italy,   interview,   love,  

Sergio Benvenuti finds job as musical agent in an important Italian publisher. This could be his final step before to marry Rossella. But his career does not rise, so he asks Nadia Vandelli... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rolando M (ru) wrote: A simple yet gritty low budget Mexican film that depicts the struggles of a small town dealing with drug cartels and government corruptness. Warning: disturbing torture scene included.

Romain B (es) wrote: A surprisingly entertaining B-movie ! Cliche and expected but well done !

Dave C (de) wrote: This starts out brilliantly but collapses inwards through wave after wave of complications and ultimately the bizarre involvement of the detective's own son.Could have, should have been better, but reduced to the opening and then scattered scenes.

Richard F (br) wrote: seriously. matt and i could have made something better than this. really dont bother. for 5 days shooting it wasnt bad, but by no means does that mean id recommend it

Albert C (es) wrote: In this movie, three things that happened are Arlene got angry because Trevor brought poor man in the house then she go to Trevor' school and she looked for teacher's class then Arlene argued with Mr. Simonet Gang boys fought with Trevor, then one boy got knife and stabbed Trevor. He is dead and Arlene really cried hard!!! I like this movie because it is a very good movie but it is a sad story because Trevor is dead and Arlene is crying a lot. I also liked that many people give flowers on Arlene's home garden. The themes in the story are talk about trying to pay it forward to people, Trevor trying make Arlene date Mr. Simonet, but Mr. Simonet avoided Arlene and he not want know Arlene won't know about Mr. Simonet's body and Arlene did not care about his body, she said, "who cares!?" Mr. Simonet says "well, ok."

Eric R (au) wrote: Ishii has proven to me that the is one of the most Underrated filmmakers. Althought Party 7 was just good. This is an awesome film. Loved it.

Sgt C (it) wrote: (54%)Tom Cruise and and Tony Scott return, only this time Tom drives a really fast car instead of driving a really fast plane. This very much tries to follow on the back of the success of Top gun with more or less the same plot and structure with its bolted on love story sub-plot and more than a fair share of fast paced action. So in terms of being a modern-day classic this doesn't have what it takes, it's too crude, predictable, and forgettable; yet it's still worth a look for either fans of the director/star or racing cars. Cruise's character is an underdeveloped show-off, but he is at least played with a degree of effort. And this is a well made production with well directed action, a good supporting cast, and a quality feel throughout.

Keiko A (br) wrote: Lone Wolf & Cub: Sword of Vengeance is the story of an once distinguished samurai executioner who was framed for treason. Shows how the main character went into being an avenging assassin. After the death of his wife, Ogami Itto makes a vow of vengeance on the people responsible for the murder of his wife and his frame up. With his son Daigoro by his side, Itto tends towards the road of assassin as a way to get even with his arch enemy, the Yagyu Clan. His assignment in this story is to kill a few high officers of a samurai clan who plan on killing their future leader. The film combines the back story of volume one and volume six in the Lone Wolf & Cub comics. The prologue and the first flashback is from volume six. The second flashback later in the movie is from the first volume. These scenes for the most part are faithful to the original source. Lone Wolf & Cub: Sword of Vengeance is not as polish or technically slick as the samurai films of Akira Kurosawa. Does not share Kurosawa's eye for the spectacle touch of his samurai pictures. Also, not deep in depiction of human nature and human error like Akira Kurosawa's Samurai epics. More an authentic look at the period of the Shogun and the fatalistic nature of the samurai warrior. The scene where Ogami Itto gives his son the choice of the ball or the sword is intense and suspenseful. Its in this scene that Itto and his son Daigoro become the Lone Wolf & Cub. The choice given to Daigoro is cruel yet compassionate. When Daigoro touches the sword his path is more fatalistic and worst than death. A very emotional moment for Ogami Itto because of his love for his son and the fact that their path together will be of loneliness and tragedy. The revenge motif dominates the motives of Ogami Itto as well as the plot development of Lone Wolf & Cub: Sword of Vengeance. This motif is done in the same manner as in many Westerns. The theme of revenge makes the film pretty much a Japanese Western. Honor and revenge are the two most important things for Ogami Itto. The motif of revenge is a strong force in both the comic and film version of Lone Wolf and Cub. The action sequences are visually arresting and physically awesome. The sword play in these action scenes are fresh and imaginative. Many of these scenes are gory and violent but not as gory as in some of the later Lone Film & Cub films. Lone Wolf & Cub: Sword of Vengeance does an excellent job in being faithful to the visual style of the samurai sword fights from the graphic novels. The camera work on these action scenes are free flowing with style and booming with graceful movement. The Climatic battle scene builds up with an incredible amount of suspense. Awesome depiction of sword play with some gory moments. The camera moves around in a smooth fashion and acts as another member of the cast. The director, Kenji Misumi does the battle scenes in the graphic novel series. Tomisaburo Wakayama is excellent in doing this scene. The cinematography, editing, and art direction are great. Tomisaburo Wakayama was the perfect actor to play Ogami Itto because of his physical similarites. Akihiro Tomikawa is cute as Ogami Daigoro.

Heather M (kr) wrote: Eek! An Elvis Presley movie that I must never watch!!!

Scott W (fr) wrote: Enjoyable farce with Laurel and Hardy looking after the orphan daughter of a war buddy while they try to locate the grandparents. Charles Middleton is the mean orphanage manager. Especially enjoyable is the scene where Stan and Oliie capture a trench full of German soldiers with a requisitioned tank!

lewis g (ca) wrote: The Man From Earth puts into question history, humanity and religion through a cleverly written script. I definitely preferred it to K-PAX even if the acting wasn't perfect during certain scenes.