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First Love (1978 film)

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First Love
Primo amore 1978.jpg
Directed byDino Risi
Written byRuggero Maccari
Dino Risi
Produced byPio Angeletti
Adriano De Micheli
StarringUgo Tognazzi
Ornella Muti
CinematographyTonino Delli Colli
Edited byAlberto Gallitti
Music byRiz Ortolani
Production
company
Dean Film[1]
Distributed byUnited Artists Europa[1]
Release date
  • 1978 (1978)
CountryItaly
LanguageItalian

Primo amore, internationally released as First Love, is a 1978 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Dino Risi.[2][3][4] For her performance Ornella Muti won a Grolla d'oro for Best Actress.[5]

Plot

Ugo Cremonesi aka Picchio is a former comedian of avanspettacolo over the years, who temporarily stays in a hospice for artists waiting to receive a check with a large sum of money. Here he falls in love with the young and beautiful Renata who works there as a waitress. When Picchio finally receives the arrears of his pension, he decides to run away with the girl, promising to throw her into the world of the magazine.

The two arrive in Rome, settle in a luxurious hotel and Picchio gets in touch with an impresario he knows, who however explains without too many compliments that the show has long been dead. Picchio realizes that his age is over and also the whole world that revolved around him and that he was still alive; many of his former colleagues have either died or are too old to work.

In Rome, after many years, he meets his son, a failed painter, engaged in a relationship with a much younger companion who openly despises him. Renata soon abandoned him too for an impresario of a private TV, TV Settecolli. Picchio sadly returns to await death in his hospice for artists.

Cast

See also

List of Italian films of 1978

References

  1. ^ a b "Primo amore (1978)". Archivio del Cinema Italiano (in Italian). Retrieved 2 June 2021.
  2. ^ Enrico Giacovelli (1995). La commedia all'italiana. Gremese Editore, 1995. ISBN 8876058737.
  3. ^ Ernesto Baldo (Feb 23, 1978). "Love Story di Dino Risi fra pensionato e servetta". La Stampa.
  4. ^ "Il vecchio guitto e la servetta". La Stampa. Sep 9, 1978.
  5. ^ r.c.d. (8 June 1979). "Gemma, la Muti e Olmi vincono le Grolle d'oro". La Stampa. p. 9.

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