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Flavio Bucci is a Actor Italien born on 25 may 1947 at Turin (Italie)

Flavio Bucci

Flavio Bucci
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Nationality Italie
Birth 25 may 1947 (72 years) at Turin (Italie)

Flavio Bucci (born 25 May 1947) is an Italian actor. He has appeared in 76 films and television shows since 1971. He is best known for playing Daniel, the blind pianist, in Dario Argento's Suspiria (1977), and the thuggish Blackie in Aldo Lado's Night Train Murders (1975).

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Il Divo (2008)
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Filmography of Flavio Bucci (28 films)

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Il Divo
Il Divo (2008)
, 1h50
Directed by Paolo Sorrentino
Origin Italie
Genres Drama, Biography
Themes Mafia films, Seafaring films, Politique, Transport films, Political films, Gangster films
Actors Toni Servillo, Anna Bonaiuto, Piera Degli Esposti, Anna Bonaiuto, Paolo Graziosi, Flavio Bucci
Roles Franco Evangelisti
Rating73% 3.6551553.6551553.6551553.6551553.655155
As the film opens, Giulio Andreotti gives an inner monologue observing how he has managed to survive his tumultuous political career while his various detractors have died. A montage shows the murders of various people connected to Andreotti, including journalist Mino Pecorelli, Carabinieri general Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa, bankers Michele Sindona and Roberto Calvi, and former prime minister Aldo Moro.
Caterina in the Big City, 1h43
Directed by Paolo Virzì
Origin Italie
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Sergio Castellitto, Margherita Buy, Giulia Elettra Gorietti, Claudio Amendola, Flavio Bucci, Galatea Ranzi
Roles Lorenzo Rossi Chaillet
Rating68% 3.4380453.4380453.4380453.4380453.438045
Caterina (Alice Teghil) is the 13-year-old only child of Giancarlo Iacovoni (Sergio Castellitto), an aspiring novelist and teacher of accounting at a country school in an area north of Rome that one character describes as "hillbilly country." In spite of his often lucid assessments of modern society, Iacovoni is a typically burned-out teacher whom his job (perhaps among other, undisclosed personal experiences) has imbued with bitterness and social resentment, with a sheer lack of perspective concerning human relations, and with an overbearing, holier-than-thou demeanor that is a major plot point throughout the movie.
Lucignolo
Lucignolo (1999)
, 1h30
Directed by Massimo Ceccherini
Actors Massimo Ceccherini, Alessandro Paci, Claudia Gerini, Tinto Brass, Carlo Monni, Flavio Bucci
Rating53% 2.680652.680652.680652.680652.68065
Lucio (Massimo Ceccherini) is an unemployed thirty-year-old red-haired guy who's extremely lazy and doesn't wake up until three o'clock in the afternoon; he treats his parents very poorly and always hang out at the nearest bar, especially with his best friend Pino (Alessandro Paci), who's also unemployed and equally weird (his clothes are all the same color of his sofa's cover). One day, as Lucio's sister leaves for the US, he's convinced by their parents to substitute her at the private hospital where she used to work, which is directed by the charming Fatima Turchini.
Amami
Amami (1992)

Genres Comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about pornography
Actors Moana Pozzi, Novello Novelli, Flavio Bucci, Eugenio Bennato, Carlo Buccirosso, Carlo Monni
Roles Pagani
Rating54% 2.7032552.7032552.7032552.7032552.703255
Tullio Venturini, a retired widower, has a daughter, Anna, who is an actress. However, he is the only one not to know that she works in the industry of porn. When he turns out the truth goes in full crisis. The daughter will be able to rebuild her relationship with him as to make him participate in a biopic about her career as a hard diva.
Secondo Ponzio Pilato, 1h45
Directed by Luigi Magni
Origin Italie
Genres Drama
Themes Films about religion, Films based on the Bible, Portrayals of Jesus in film
Actors Nino Manfredi, Stefania Sandrelli, Lando Buzzanca, Flavio Bucci, Antonio Pierfederici, Mario Scaccia
Roles Erode Antipa
Rating68% 3.4129053.4129053.4129053.4129053.412905
The Roman tribune Pontius Pilate then runs Jesus Christ and then, never mind, allows Christ to be executed after being scourged. Crucified and dead, Jesus Christ promises to the faithful that would be resurrected three days after his earthly death. From this point Pontius Pilate begins to be opposed and hated by the Roman people that he realizes his mistake and that the Jews, who in turn are severely punished by the Emperor Tiberius.
Control
Control (1987)
, 1h46
Directed by Giuliano Montaldo
Origin Italie
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Burt Lancaster, Ben Gazzara, Kate Nelligan, Kate Reid, Ingrid Thulin, Erland Josephson
Roles Herman Pundt
Rating60% 3.0082653.0082653.0082653.0082653.008265
This story takes place during an experiment concerning psychological effects of mental fatigue on those locked in a fallout shelter for a long period of time. Twelve subjects are locked in a nuclear fallout shelter to see how long they can endure before mental breakdown occurs. After the experiment Dr. Herbert Monroe (Burt Lancaster) tells the world about this terrifying experiment and its outcome.
The Two Lives of Mattia Pascal, 2h5
Directed by Mario Monicelli
Origin Italie
Genres Comedy
Actors Marcello Mastroianni, Senta Berger, Flavio Bucci, Laura Morante, Laura del Sol, Caroline Berg
Roles Terenzio Papiano
Rating68% 3.422033.422033.422033.422033.42203
The film tells the story of Mattia Pascal, inept small farmer in a town in northern Italy who decides to groped your luck at the casinos in France. Won the money, he decided to leave the boring family, but discovers that an individual reading a newspaper with the same name has died mysteriously. Convinced that this is a perfect opportunity to make up a new life, Mattia Pascal decides to change his identity, calling himself Arturo Meis. He moved to Rome after many trips in the family Paleari, Mattia Pascal goes to meet his fate.
The Magic Mountain, 2h35
Directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer
Origin German
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films
Actors Marie-France Pisier, Flavio Bucci, Hans Christian Blech, Charles Aznavour, Rod Steiger, Alexander Radszun
Roles Ludovico Settembrini
Rating64% 3.2451153.2451153.2451153.2451153.245115
En 1907, Hans Castorp, jeune allemand de la haute bourgeoise de Hambourg, rend visite à son cousin poitrinaire Joachim Ziemssen hospitalisé dans un sanatorium chic de Davos, en Suisse. Fasciné par la morbidité du lieu et sa galerie de malades pittoresques, Hans y prend pension et y restera jusqu'au début de la Première Guerre mondiale.
The Marquis of Grillo, 2h19
Directed by Mario Monicelli
Origin Italie
Genres Comedy
Actors Alberto Sordi, Caroline Berg, Riccardo Billi, Jacques Herlin, Flavio Bucci, Cochi Ponzoni
Roles Don Bastiano
Rating77% 3.8980353.8980353.8980353.8980353.898035
Rome, Year of our Lord 1809. The Pope Pius VII with his cardinals and ministers manages both temporal and spiritual power of the Papal States in Italy. The Marquis Onofrio del Grillo is one of his favorites, but even the worst of all the nobility. As a privileged and protected nobleman, Onofrio feels free to play his pranks on the poor people without any fear of the consequences. On one occasion, when he is arrested at a dinner with common criminals, he turns to the populace in a vulgar speech, claiming that his nobility allows him to do what he wants, and that they, being poor, are not worth anything. Memorable is the dispute between the poor Jew Aaron Piperno and the Marquis for the payment of a salary. Aaron is amazed when Onofrio refuses to pay with the argument that his creditor being a Jew is a murderer of Jesus. Aaron brings his case to court, but Onofrio wins the lawsuit by corrupting the judges and the cardinals. Piperno is condemned and mocked by the people, and Onofrio announces to the Pope that justice has just died in his States.
To Love the Damned, 1h24
Directed by Marco Tullio Giordana
Origin Italie
Actors Flavio Bucci, Biagio Pelligra, Alfredo Pea
Roles Riccardo, detto Svitol
Rating66% 3.335153.335153.335153.335153.33515
Riccardo, militant en 1968, revient en Italie après cinq ans passés au Venezuela. Il est alors confronté aux énormes changements subis par le pays et aux choix de vie faits par ses anciens compagnons de contestation, et il s'interroge sur le sens de son engagement passé. Il se met à dessiner au crayon les contours des cadavres sur les photos des magazines. Il remarque alors que les légendes des photos des magazines, qui identifient la victime comme une personne de droite ou de gauche, perdent leur importance lorsqu'il reproduit les contours de leurs corps.