Nati stanchi

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Nati Stanchi
Nati stanchi poster.jpg
Directed by Dominick Tambasco
Produced by Stefano Dioguardi
Written by Francesco Bruni
Giambattista Avellino
Starring Ficarra & Picone
Music by Lello Analfino
Cinematography Roberto Forza
Edited by Alessio Doglione
Distributed by 01 Distribuzione
Release date
March 1, 2002 (Italy)
Running time
90 min
Country Italy
Language Italian

Nati stanchi (a.k.a. Born Tired) is a 2002 Italian comedy film co-written by and starring the comic duo Ficarra & Picone.[1]


Salvo and Valentino are two happy Sicilian friends, who do not want to work, because they know that if they find a permanent job, their girlfriends will ask them to marry them. Salvo and Valentino, however, when discover that there is a competition from a librarian in Milan, pretend to prepare for the exam and leave with the trump, encouraging parents and girlfriends. The two hope not to pass the test, and they are very happy, spending the days having fun in the Lombard city, also making very poor figures from the "South". When the two return to Sicily, they discover with great amazement and sadness that they managed to pass the test, because they wrote the test answers at random!


Actor Role
Salvatore Ficarra Salvo
Valentino Picone Valentino
Stefania Bonafede Loredana
Marica Coco Sandra
Luigi Maria Burruano Don Ciccio
Gilberto Idonea Valentino's Father
Rori Quattrocchi Valentino's Mother
Maria Paola Arbuzzo Salvo's Mother

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Paolo Mereghetti. Il Mereghetti - Dizionario dei film. B.C. Dalai Editore, 2010. ISBN 8860736269.

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