My Dearest Son
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|My Dearest Son|
|Directed by||Valentino Orsini|
|Written by||Vincenzo Cerami
Giuliani G. De Negri
|Story by||Furio Scarpelli
|Music by||Guido & Maurizio De Angelis|
|Edited by||Roberto Perpignani|
My Dearest Son (Italian: Figlio mio infinitamente caro) is a 1985 Italian drama film. It represents the last film written and directed by Valentino Orsini.  It is also the film debut of Italian actor Sergio Rubini.
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- Ben Gazzara as Avv. Antonio Morelli
- Sergio Rubini as Marco Morelli
- Valeria Golino as Francesca
- Mariangela Melato as Stefania
- Stefano Beccastrini. Vista nova. Aska, 2002.
- ""A cuore aperto"". Gazzetta del Sud. February 12, 2011.
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