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Luigi Uzzo

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About Luigi Uzzo

Luigi Uzzo is most well known for acting, and has 19 known credits, of which 19 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Luigi Uzzo’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Luigi Uzzo’s movies you should definitely watch Sorry for the Delay (1983), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Luigi has worked on!

  1. Sorry for the Delay (1983)
  2. Thus Spoke Bellavista (1984)
  3. Orchestra Rehearsal (1978)
  4. One Way or Another (1976)
  5. The Third Solution (1988)

1. Sorry for the Delay (1983 Movie)

The best rated movie Luigi Uzzo has been a part of is the comedy movie Sorry for the Delay, where they had the role of capostazione. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 7.3 on IMDb .

2. Thus Spoke Bellavista (1984)

Thus Spoke Bellavista has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 7.3 on IMDb . Luigi Uzzo worked on this comedy movie as Armando Il Portiere.

3. Orchestra Rehearsal (1978)

In Orchestra Rehearsal Luigi Uzzo was worked as Toast the Knowing . This drama, comedy movie has a rating on Friendspire of 6.0 and 7.1 on IMDb .

4. One Way or Another (1976)

This drama movie has a rating on Friendspire of 5.0 and 7.4 on IMDb . In One Way or Another Luigi Uzzo had the role of Aldo Lombo.

5. The Third Solution (1988)

Luigi Uzzo was a part of the movie The Third Solution as . This thriller, crime movie has a rating 4.8 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

What is Luigi most known for?

Luigi Uzzo is most known for acting. Luigi has worked on 19 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Luigi Uzzo’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Sorry for the Delay, which has a score of 10.0.

Luigi’s Filmography

As Aldo Lombo. Set during a retreat of Christian Democrat politicians who practice spiritual exercises together, it is an allegory of corrupted power. Disturbing, claustrophobic settings are the background to a series of mysterious crimes.

As capostazione. Vincenzo, a 30 years old apathetic and lazy man who still lives with his mother, has no job and no desire to improve. He meets Anna and fell in love with her but to keep the relationship alive he has to learn to accept more responsibility.

As Violino. Orchestra Rehearsal (Italian: Prova d'orchestra) is a 1978 Italian film directed by Federico Fellini. It follows an Italian orchestra as the members go on strike against the conductor. The film was shown out of competition at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. Considered by some to be underrated Orchestra Rehearsal was the last collaboration between composer Nino Rota and Fellini, due to Rota's death in 1979.

As Armando Il Portiere. In Naples, Professor Bellavista is a retired man, passionate about the philosophy and thought of Ancient Greece. Every day, in his luxurious apartment, he teaches his lessons of life to the poor-nothing (his friends), who are dazzled by his reasoning. One day, however, the quiet life of the building of Bellavista will be disturbed by the arrival of a director of Milan. Between Naples and Milan there contrast, because the Neapolitans are accustomed to enjoy a quiet life, always based on the "philosophy of pleasure and delay", while the northern Italians are very strict and punctual.

Executive producer. The Roman Catholic Pope is planning a reconciliatory meeting with the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, an event awaited for many generations. But suddenly, right while the Pope is addressing the crowds gathered in the Piazza Navone, a nun is assassinated by a Ukrainian, placing the upcoming talks between the two leaders in jeopardy. And the head of the American diplomatic corps (the nun was an American) assigns the investigation of the killing to one of his underlings, which leads the young man to investigate the Russicum, a center for the study of Russia within the Vatican city. And from there he finds himself caught up in an intrigue of international proportions, filled with agents and double agents, and ending with a revelation most unexpected.

As Ladro. Don Salvatore Savastano, a boss involved in the smuggling of contraband cigarettes, is forced to watch four masked robbers kill his wife and his only son in a restaurant where he and his family are celebrating the young boy’s first Holy Communion. From that moment on Don Salvatore has no other purpose in life but to get his revenge on the four assassins. Thanks to Gennarino, an orphan boy he befriends and protects, Don Salvatore manages to unmask his son’s murderers but is subsequently captured. Gennarino rescues him from being torn to pieces by a bomb.......

As Operaio. A conscientious factory worker gets his finger cut off by a machine. The accident causes him to become more involved in political and revolutionary groups.

As un angelo. An anthology film in which a guardian angel falls in love with a beautiful dancer a policeman must keep an eye on an arrested transvestite, and a dental technician sells his soul to the devil but is not satisfied with the results.

Executive producer. La Sciantosa is part of a project created by writer/director Alfredo Gianetti for the Italian TV. The objective was to portrait a hundred years of Italian history through three movies, all of them with Anna Magnani. The other two are "1943: un incontro" and "L'autmobile". In this first movie, La Magnani is Flora Torres, a "sciantosa" (kind of a small stage diva) who is forgotten during the WWI, living only to remember her past glory. One day she receives a letter to present herself to the high command. There, Flora is called to go to the front and entertain the troops. Along with her maid Cristina, Flora goes to the front. There they are welcomed by the young private Tonino (Massimo Ranieri). Flora starts to act like a prima donna, making absurd demands to everyone. But when she is about to present herself, the vision of the wounded soldiers makes her change her way

As infermiere. Benedetto is a child who came out of an accident uninjured on his first communion's day. The people of his village attribute that to a miracle and made him undergo a strict religious upbringing. That fact will determine his life, which will be affected by inner torment caused by the confrontation between sexual desires and sacrifices of faith, sin and grace.

As Cesare. Trastevere is a 1971 Italian comedy film. This is the first and only film directed by actor and screenwriter Fausto Tozzi. The film was heavily cut by producer Alberto Grimaldi, who cut off the roles of Umberto Orsini, Martine Brochard and Riccardo Garrone.

Executive producer. Luca Cupiello, like every Christmas, prepares the crib, amid the disinterest of his wife Concetta and his son Tommasino. Ninuccia, the other daughter, writes a letter to her husband in which she communicates that she leaves him for her lover. The letter happens in the hands of Luca who hands it over to his son-in-law, who thus learns of his wife's betrayal. During lunch on Christmas Eve, the two rivals, who were confronted by Luca's carelessness, clash violently.

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