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London Film Festival


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A season of films from the 1988 festival continues with the best Italian offering of the year.
It's Happening Tomorrow
(Domani Accadra ) starring Paolo Hendel Giovanni Guidelli
In the malaria-infested ·swamp of the Tuscan
Maremma, two impoverished cowherds, Lupo and Edo, desperately try to raise money for a sick comrade. An attempted robbery is bungled and they have to take flight - to a world of brigands and philosophers and fantastic adventures. Set in Italy in 1848, this picaresque story of great originality and wit, features a vibrant musical score by Nicola Piovani.
Directed by DANIELE LUCCHETTI (An Italian film with English subtitles. First showing on British television.)


Unknown: Domani Accadra
Unknown: Paolo Hendel
Unknown: Giovanni Guidelli
Unknown: Nicola Piovani.
Unknown: Daniele Lucchetti.
Produced By: Nanni Moretti
Produced By: Angelo Barbagallo
Directed By: Daniele Lucchetti
LupO: Paolo Hendel
Edo: Giovanni Guidelli
GSanloreto: Ciccio Ingrassia
Lady Rowena: Angela Finnocchiaro
Cesare del Ghiana: Giacomo Piperno
Diego del Ghiana: Claudio Bigagli
Terminio: Antonio Petrocelli
KatOWitz: Peter Willburger
Allega: Agnese Nano
Vera: Margherita Buy
Lucifero: Ugo Gregoretti
Flambart: Dario Cantarelli

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