Reviewed at Palm Springs Film Festival, Jan. 19, 2000. Running time: 88 MIN.
Host: Richard Pena
Screenplay, Brass, Carla Cipriani, Nicolaj Pennestri, Silvia Rossi, Massimiliano Zanin; story, Brass. Camera (Cinecitta color), Massimo Di Venanzo; editor, Brass; music, Pino Donaggio; set designer…
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