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This comic Italian melodrama recounts the story of a friendship which develops out of a romantic obsession. The Italian communist party was largely independent of the Eastern Bloc, and has played a large political role in that country, particularly on the local level. This story tells of Annibale Pezzi (Adriano Celentano), a hospital patient who is also the local communist party boss, and of Sister Germana (Sophia Loren), the nursing nun who is treating him. Annibale successfully invents one ailment after another in order to avoid having to leave the delightful ministrations of this special woman. Though she is at first antagonistic to him and his beliefs, their mutual respect grows until he is finally able to accept the idea of being discharged. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi

Cast

Luis Marin
as Libyan Brigadier
Maria Marchi
as Giacomino's Mother
Massimiliano Filoni
as Giacomino
Antonio Alfonso
as Gigino
Adriano Celentano
as Annibale Pezzi
Sergio Fasanelli
as Dr. Filippini
Teresa Rabal
as Lisa
Tina Aumont
as Mrs. Ricci
Fernando Rey
as Chief Physician
Sophia Loren
as Sister Germana
Pilar Gomez Ferrer
as Sister Teresa
Patrizia de Clara
as Sister Caterina
Juan Luis Galiardo
as Guido
Valentine
as Martina
Bruno Biassibetti
as Ottolenghi
Bruno Scipioni
as Chiacchiera
Carla Galletti
as Gina
Aldo Farina
as Valenzani
Alessandra Mussolini
as Sister Germana as a Child
Ezio Curti
as Attilio
Francesca Modigliani
as Lucia
Gianni Magni
Giuseppe Maffioli
as Dr. Arrighi

Crew

Alberto Lattuada
Director
Carlo Ponti
Producer
Alberto Lattuada
Screenwriter
Ruggero Maccari
Screen Story
Ruggero Maccari
Screenwriter
Tonino Guerra
Screenwriter
Antonio Guerra
Screen Story
Iaia Fiastri
Screenwriter
Alfio Contini
Cinematographer
Fred Bongusto
Composer (Music Score)
Sergio Montanari
Editor
Vincenzo del Prato
Art Director
Ennio Michettoni
Set Designer
Mario Ambrosino
Costume Designer
Carlo Palmieri
Sound/Sound Designer
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