Remember Me, My Love

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Remember Me, My Love
(Ricordati di me)
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Directed by Gabriele Muccino
Produced by Domenico Procacci
Nadine Luque
Written by Gabriele Muccino
Heidrun Schleef
Starring Fabrizio Bentivoglio
Laura Morante
Monica Bellucci
Nicoletta Romanoff
Silvio Muccino
Gabriele Lavia
Music by Paolo Buonvino
Distributed by IDP Distribution
Release date(s) 14 February 2003 (Italy)
September 3, 2004 (USA)
Running time 125 min
Language Italian
Budget ~ €5,000,000
Box office $12,671,306

Remember Me, My Love (Ricordati di me) is a 2003 Italian movie directed by Gabriele Muccino.

Tagline: Some loves are never forgotten.

Plot[edit]

At first glance the Ristuccia family is apparently normal and close-knit, but all of its members are hiding something. Carlo, the head of the family, would like to become a writer rather than continue working in an insurance company. Giulia, his wife, is a professor of literature who aspires to become an actress. Paolo is an insecure teenager who cannot successfully assert himself in front of girls whom he likes. Valentina desires to become a television showgirl at any cost. This silence is broken when Carlo meets his old love Alessia, with whom he starts an extra-marital affair. As a result Giulia falls into total despair, destroying the family's equilibrium and losing control over their children.

Awards[edit]

  • 3 Nastro d'Argento Prizes (Best Supporting Actress: Monica Bellucci - Best Screenplay: Gabriele Muccino and Heidrun Schleef - Best Producer: Domenico Procacci and Nadine Luque)

Soundtrack[edit]

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