|Directed by||Giuseppe Bertolucci|
Probably Love (Italian: 'L'amore probabilmente) is a 2001 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci. It entered the "Cinema of the Present" section at the 58th Venice International Film Festival. Varietys film critic Deborah Young referred to it as "the most experimental fictional films to come out of Italy in many a moon". For his performance in this film Fabrizio Gifuni was appointed EFP Shooting Star at the 52nd Berlin International Film Festival.
- Sonia Bergamasco: Sofia
- Fabrizio Gifuni: Cesare
- Rosalinda Celentano: Chiara
- Marcello Catalano: Gerard
- Teco Celio: Pietro
- Carmen Scarpitta: Laura
- Mariangela Melato: The acting teacher
- Stefania Sandrelli: Herself
- Alida Valli: Herself
- Belle Burke (31 August 2001). "VENICE 2001: "Dust" in the Wind; Manchevski Defends Lido's Lackluster Opener". Indiewire. Retrieved 6 March 2014.
- Deborah Young (September 23, 2001). "Review: 'Probably Love'". Variety. Retrieved 4 March 2014.
- Ed Meza (January 22, 2002). "Szabo to mentor Shooting Stars". Variety. Retrieved 5 March 2014.
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