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Tu mi turbi

Author: Roberto Benigni; Giacomo Piperno; Claudio Bigagli; Nicoletta Braschi; Cecchi Gori Home Video (Firm)
Publisher: Campi Bisenzio (Firenze) : Cecchi Gori home video, 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : ItalianView all editions and formats
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"In the first sketch, the year is 5 A.D. and Benigni has to baby-sit for his old girlfriend Mary so she and her husband Joseph can have a night out. As Benigni is giving their child Jesus a bath, he muses philosophically about the nature of God and without a word, the little boy stands up on the bath water and leaves the outlines of his face on the bath towel. In the next segment, Benigni is in a quandary because  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comedy films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Roberto Benigni; Giacomo Piperno; Claudio Bigagli; Nicoletta Braschi; Cecchi Gori Home Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 82148757
Language Note: In Italian. Subtitles: Italian.
Notes: DVD release of a 1983 film.
"Best International Films presenta' -- opening screen.
Credits: Writers, Roberto Benigni, Giuseppe Bertolucci ; producer, Ettore Rosboch ; original music, Paolo Conte ; cinematography, Luigi Verga.
Cast: Robert Benigni, Giacomo Piperno, Olimpia Carlsis, Claudio Bigagli, Nicoletta Braschi.
Description: 1 videodisc (85 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; region 2 ; aspect ratio 1.78:1 ; Dolby digital 5.1.
Responsibility: un film di Roberto Benigni.

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"In the first sketch, the year is 5 A.D. and Benigni has to baby-sit for his old girlfriend Mary so she and her husband Joseph can have a night out. As Benigni is giving their child Jesus a bath, he muses philosophically about the nature of God and without a word, the little boy stands up on the bath water and leaves the outlines of his face on the bath towel. In the next segment, Benigni is in a quandary because his guardian angel, disillusioned with their relationship, has fallen in love with God and left him. In the third vignette, Benigni faces all-powerful banking bureaucrats in a bid for a loan to buy a house -- not an easy task because he is bully-proof, which alienates the chief fiscal bully, and the consequences are anything but a friendly loan. In the last sketch, Benigni is a guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and his antics (like talking into his sword on phone calls) drive his fellow guard to distraction."--All Movie Guide.

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