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Luca Lucini


15 Movies0TV shows
0/15 rated


About Luca Lucini

Luca Lucini is a 54 years old other from Milano. Luca is most well known for directing, and has 15 known credits, of which 15 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Luca Lucini’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Luca Lucini’s movies you should definitely watch Three Steps Over Heaven (2004), as with 1.0 it is the highest rated movie Luca has worked on!

  1. Three Steps Over Heaven (2004)
  2. Just a Father (2008)
  3. Leonardo da Vinci: The Genius in Milan (2016)
  4. Two Stepmoms (2016)
  5. Woman of My Life (2010)

1. Three Steps Over Heaven (2004 Movie)

The best rated movie Luca Lucini has been a part of is the drama, romance movie Three Steps Over Heaven, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 1.0 and 5.0 on IMDb.

2. Just a Father (2008)

Just a Father has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb . Luca Lucini worked on this comedy, romance, rom-com movie as directing.

3. Leonardo da Vinci: The Genius in Milan (2016)

In Leonardo da Vinci: The Genius in Milan Luca Lucini was worked as director. This documentary movie has a rating on 7.0 on IMDb.

4. Two Stepmoms (2016)

This comedy movie has a rating on 5.7 on IMDb. In Two Stepmoms Luca Lucini had the role of directing.

5. Woman of My Life (2010)

Luca Lucini was a part of the movie Woman of My Life as directing. This comedy movie has a rating 5.7 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Luca Lucini born?

Luca Lucini’s birthday is on 26 November 1967.

Where was Luca Lucini born?

Luca Lucini was born in Milano.

What is Luca most known for?

Luca Lucini is most known for directing. Luca has worked on 15 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Luca Lucini’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Three Steps Over Heaven, which has a score of 1.0.

Luca’s Filmography

Executive producer. Carlo is a doctor that has recently lost his wife. Affected by the loss, he is supported by his family and friends, and, above all, for the love he feels towards his little daughter. And then, one day, he meets Camille.

Executive producer. What would happen if two sworn enemies, two opposed women in temperament and lifestyle find out to share the most incredible legacy: the child of their ex-husband?

Executive producer. Longtime Italian cinema star Stefania Sandrelli (The First Beautiful Thing) is Alba, the mother of two very different adult sons. While Giorgio is a playboy who constantly cheats on his wife, Leonardo (Luca Argentero, Eat Pray Love) is always unlucky in love. When Leonardo finally meets the woman of his dreams, Sara, he brings her home to meet the family, but it appears this is not the first time that Sara has met Giorgio. Directed by Luca Lucini and stars Luca Argentero, Alessandro Gassman and Stefania Sandrelli.

Executive producer. More and more parents take competitive behavior towards the teachers of their children: deny votes and programs, vaneggiano of likes, dislikes, and conspiracies. So, instead of helping in the training of their children, they become insurmountable obstacles to their growth. Presumptuously they think: "We know better than anyone else our children and we know what they are worth and how and what you have to teach."

Executive producer. Nicola, a policeman in Puglia, is a reformed ladies' man with his heart set on marrying the daughter of the Indian ambassador.

Executive producer. The lovely and talented Anna Foglietta (Perfect Strangers, The American) plays Simona; a single mother in her early ‘40s who is wholly devoted to her son, Filippo. To get over her insecurities as a parent and make her son happy on his eighth birthday, she decides to throw him a birthday party in their small flat and invite over his school friends and their parents. For Simona, this birthday is about to pose quite the surprising dilemma between allowing her son to embrace his true self and a mother’s fierce desire to protect her child from their potentially cruel surroundings. This is the last conundrum she was expecting to have to face on a day that is already rife with anxiety. Director Laura Chiossone turns their tiny flat into a melting pot and whilst the children play in the living room, the adults in the kitchen talk about parenthood, love, and different world views.

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