Goodbye Casanova

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Goodbye Casanova
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VHS Cover
Directed by Mauro Borrelli
Produced by Mauro Borrelli
Jeff Kirshbaum
Written by Mauro Borrelli
Starring Yasmine Bleeth
Carmen Filpi
Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi
Pamela Gidley
Ellen Bradley
Music by Marco Beltrami
Gianluca Piersanti
Cinematography Steven Berstein
Edited by M. Edward Salier
Release dates
Running time
85 min.
Country USA
Language English

Goodbye Casanova was a 2000 made-for-TV romance film that starred Yasmine Bleeth and Gian-Carlo Scandiuzzi.


Robert is an aspiring novelist who operates a tiny neighborhood bookstore. Claudia is his wife and a talented painter. Robert and Claudia's marriage is disintegrating, and they are about to sign their divorce papers.

Meanwhile, the legendary Casanova and his lover Lavinia are characters trapped inside of a 17th-century children's book. The tragedy of the impending divorce triggers the release of Casanova and Lavinia from the confines of the children's pop-up book.



Goodbye Casanova won the Audience Award at the Los Angeles Italian Film Awards for the director, Mauro Borrelli, in 2000.

The film also won the Feature Film Award for Best Set Design and the award for Best Art Direction for director, Mauro Borelli, at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival in the Spring of 2001.

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