Mediterraneo

(1991)
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Overview

Greek Sea, World War II. An Italian ship leaves a handful of soldiers in a little island; their mission is to spot enemy ships and to hold the island in case of attack. The village of the island seems abandoned and there isn't a single enemy in sight, so the soldiers begin to relax a little. Things change when their ship is hit and destroyed by the enemy, and the soldiers find themselves abandoned there.

  1. Gabriele Salvatores

    Director

  2. Enzo Monteleone

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Diego Abatantuono

    Diego Abatantuono

    Sergente Nicola Lo Russo

  2. Claudio Bigagli

    Claudio Bigagli

    Tenente Raffaele Montini

  3. Giuseppe Cederna

    Giuseppe Cederna

    Attendente Antonio Farina

  4. Ugo Conti

    Ugo Conti

    Marconista Luciano Colasanti

  5. Claudio Bisio

    Claudio Bisio

    Corrado Noventa

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Mediterraneo
Mediterraneo

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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 2, 1991
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 36m

Budget -

Revenue $4,532,791.00

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