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Ecco Fatto Details

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Darker undertones infiltrate this lightweight Italian romantic comedy, as a troubled young man's fancy turns to obsession and jealousy. While most of his friends are eagerly preparing to graduate from high school, Matteo realizes that his poor grades are going to hold him back unless he can devise a plan to radically alter his records. His buddy Piterone has the same problem. Matteo's depression lifts when he meets the free-spirited, slightly older artist Margherita and falls in love. She seems to return his affection, and the youth eagerly moves into her studio apartment. At first Matteo is happy, but as time passes, he begins discovering small signs around the place that imply that his beloved has not only had an active past love-life, but that she may also be cheating on him. The more things he finds, the more suspicious Matteo becomes, and when suspicion becomes paranoid obsession, his relationship with Margherita begins to crumble. At the same time, Matteo and Pietrone attempt a desperate ploy to change their grades, an action that brings the story to its climax. The feature-film debut of documentary and television director [[Performer~P266410~Gabriele Muccino~gabrielemuccino]], Ecco Fatto competed in the 1998 Turin Film Festival. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cast

Giorgio Pasotti
as Matteo
Barbora Bobulova
as Margherita
Claudio Santamaria
as Piterone
Ginevra Colonna
as Floriana
Enrico Silvestrin
as Paolo

Crew

Gabriele Muccino
Director
Domenico Procacci
Producer
Francesco Nardella
Producer
Anouk Andaloro
Producer
Andrea Garello
Screenwriter
Nicola Alvau
Screenwriter
Gabriele Muccino
Screen Story
Gabriele Muccino
Screenwriter
Arnaldo Catinari
Cinematographer
Paolo Buonvino
Composer (Music Score)
Claudio di Mauro
Editor
Eugenia F. Di Napoli
Art Director
Antonello Grimaldi
Executive Producer
Antonella Cannarozzi
Costume Designer
Mario Iaquone
Sound/Sound Designer
Fabiola Banzi
Casting
Gianluca Arcopinto
Line Producer
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