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Francesco Di Leva

Acting

25 Movies1TV shows
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About Francesco Di

Francesco Di is a 43 years old male from Napoli. Francesco is most well known for acting, and has 26 known credits, of which 25 are movies, and 1 are TV shows.

Francesco Di’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Francesco Di’s movies you should definitely watch Bob & Marys (2018), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Francesco has worked on!

  1. Bob & Marys (2018)
  2. Put Grandma in the Freezer (2018)
  3. Natale col boss (2015)
  4. Milionari (2014)
  5. Iris (2002)

1. Bob & Marys (2018 Movie)

The best rated movie Francesco Di has been a part of is the comedy movie Bob & Marys, where they had the role of Accùppatore 1. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 5.9 on IMDb.

2. Put Grandma in the Freezer (2018)

Put Grandma in the Freezer has a rating on Friendspire of 8.0 and 6.0 on IMDb . Francesco Di worked on this comedy movie as Gennaro.

3. Natale col boss (2015)

In Natale col boss Francesco Di was worked as Toast the Knowing. This comedy movie has a rating on 5.1 on IMDb.

4. Milionari (2014)

This crime, drama, biography movie has a rating on 5.8 on IMDb. In Milionari Francesco Di had the role of Babbà.

5. Iris (2002)

Francesco Di was a part of the movie Iris as . This drama movie has a rating 7.4 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Francesco Di born?

Francesco Di’s birthday is on 4 September 1978.

What is Francesco Di’s gender?

Francesco Di is male.

Where was Francesco Di born?

Francesco Di was born in Napoli.

What is Francesco most known for?

Francesco Di is most known for acting. Francesco has worked on 25 movies and 1 TV shows.

What is Francesco Di’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Bob & Marys, which has a score of 10.0.

Francesco’s Filmography

As Gennaro. Simone, a clumsy financier, falls in love with Claudia, who’s living on her grandma’s retirement checks. When the old lady dies Claudia hides the body in a freezer, and sets up a fraud with the help of some friends to avoid bankruptcy.

As Accùppatore 1. A married couple must get their hands dirty when a bunch of mobsters start using their new home as a deposit for illegal material.

As Babbà. The rise and fall of a Neapolitan crime syndicate through the story of a local boss, split between the aspiration for a middle-class life with his family and the deep impulses of the "malavita".

As Antonio Barracano. Modern-day take on Eduardo De Filippo’s famous play. Antonio Barracano, a man of honor distinguishing between “decent people and scoundrels” in the Neapolitan underworld, is faced with a difficult decision.

As Edoardo. The story of a man who murdered thirty-two people, gained power, and then got afraid because too many people wanted to kill him. One August morning, he disappeared. For fifteen years, everyone believed him dead.

As Francesco. This is the story of a Sicilian woman that tries to have avidly as many sexual adventures as possible. She uses different identities and personalities, but she can't stop collecting adventures. One day she meets Valerio, a young student who falls in love with her.

As Padre Luigi Rega. Felice Lasco returns to the Sanità district to look after his sick and dying mother after 45 years spent between the Middle East and Africa. In Naples he waits to meet Oreste, a friend of the past, who has become a criminal.

As Andrea. Art and nature are the touchstones of this gloriously theatrical, gorgeously scenic spin on "The Tempest." A shipwreck makes for strange stage-fellows when a group of convicted Camorra criminals and a ragtag company of actors wash up together on the Mediterranean prison island where warden Don Vincenzo (Carpentieri) lives with his restless daughter Miranda. When the gangsters infiltrate the theatrical troupe, Don Vincenzo commands them to put on a performance of "The Tempest" in order to separate the thugs from the thespians. Writer-director Cabiddu draws inspiration from both Shakespeare and Eduardo de Filippo, the great Neapolitan playwright whose influence is seen in the film’s enchanting mixture of the earthy and the fanciful. Veteran actor Rubini excels as the hangdog leader of the troupe, but the real star of the film is the unspoiled island of Asinara off the northwest tip of Sardinia.

As Prison guard. 1828. In the wake of the repression of revolutionary movements in monarchic Southern Italy, three young friends join Giuseppe Mazzini's republican and unificationist cause. Their idealism will clash with the inevitable disillusionment as they grow apart over the decades.

Executive producer. Ciccio, so called “O’ Pazz” (the Mad Man) and Ciruzzo, so called “Pesce Bello” (Beautiful Fish) are two bloody murderers that smear violence onto the weak. In an atmosphere of supremacy between the miserable, new enemies, apparently inoffensive, seem to start gaining space. Pushed by the alienation of the place, the two criminals start to develop a paranoia even towards two helpless animals: Severino the donkey and Piero the boar. The final showdown is near.

As Photographer. Beloved Neapolitan actor and playwright Eduardo Scarpetta, father of Eduardo De Filippo, devoted his entire life to the theater, achieving success with timeless works such as "Miseria e nobiltà." However, everything he worked for seems lost in 1904, when he's drawn into a nasty legal battle that could compromise his freedom of expression.

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