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The Best of Youth (La meglio gioventù) (2003)

The Best of Youth
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Luigi Lo Cascio Luigi Lo Cascio
Nicola Carati
Alessio Boni Alessio Boni
Matteo Carati
Sonia Bergamasco Sonia Bergamasco
Giulia Monfalco
Maya Sansa Maya Sansa
Mirella Utano
Fabrizio Gifuni Fabrizio Gifuni
Carlo Tommasi
Jasmine Trinca Jasmine Trinca
Giorgia Esposti
Riccardo Scamarcio Riccardo Scamarcio
Andrea Utano
Andrea Tidona Andrea Tidona
Angelo Carati

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Stefano Rulli Stefano Rulli


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4 years, 2 months ago at Mar 10 23:00
Its quite impressive to see the different stages of a family, how it builds up and changes within itself. The story is marvelous, quite dramatic, although sometimes resembling a bit too much of a soap opera. Nevertheless, you'll sit up watching its 6 hours, and end up asking for a continuation.
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A historical saga set in Italy spanning from 1966 to 2003. “The Best of Youth” chronicles the life of an Italian family, the Caratis, but focuses primarily on two brothers, Matteo and Nicola, documenting their journey from the prime of their wild youth in the mid-1960s counter-culture, to parenthood and retirement in the early 2000s. The film aims to show the interaction of the personal and the political, the ways in which small events may become turning points in the important choices made by individuals
Release date: 22 June 2003
Tags: Italian (8), Italy (8), 2000s (6), Marriage (4), Mental Illness (4), 1960s (4), Murder (4), 1970s (3), Suicide (3), 1990s (3), Terrorism (3), Epic (3), Library (3), Wedding (3), Ambulance (3), Friendship (3), College Student (3), Mother Son Relationship (3), Photography (3), Psychiatry (3)
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