My Friends

(1975)
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Like in many other Monicelli movies, the main theme of Amici miei is friendship, seen from a rather bitter point of view. It tells the story of four middle-aged friends in Florence who organize together idle pranks (called zingarate, "gypsy shenanigans") in a continuous attempt to prolong childhood during their adult life.

  1. Pietro Germi

    Writer

  2. Piero De Bernardi

    Writer

  3. Mario Monicelli

    Director

  4. Tullio Pinelli

    Writer

  5. Leonardo Benvenuti

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ugo Tognazzi

    Ugo Tognazzi

    Raffaello Mascetti

  2. Gastone Moschin

    Gastone Moschin

    Rambaldo Melandri

  3. Philippe Noiret

    Philippe Noiret

    Il Perozzi

  4. Duilio Del Prete

    Duilio Del Prete

    Il Necchi

  5. Adolfo Celi

    Adolfo Celi

    Il Professor Sassaroli

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My Friends
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Original Title Amici miei

Status Released

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  • August 15, 1975
    Theatrical

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Original Language Italian

Runtime 2h 20m

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