This and That

(1983)
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Two episodes. The 1st is 'Amore impossibile' (Impossible love). Giulio is a comic book draftsman. He is passing through a creativity depressed period. One day his editor makes him meet a blond nice girl. Immediately Giulio fall in love and starts to draw his impossible love story into a new comic book. The 2nd is 'Quello dal basco rosso' (the one with the red beret). Sandro, a mature man, meets one of his former girlfriend and her daughter Daniela. Daniela couldn't have sex with her boyfriend because of a childhood remembrance. In fact she always remember her mother having sex with a man wearing a red beret. She discovers that man is Sandro, makes love with him and soon recovers from her obsession.

  1. Sergio Corbucci

    Director

  2. Bernardino Zapponi

    Screenplay

  3. Renato Pozzetto

    Writer

  4. Nino Manfredi

    Writer

Facts

Original Title Questo e quello

Status Released

Release Information

  • December 21, 1983
    T
    Theatrical

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    All ages admitted.

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 59m

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