Scusa ma ti chiamo amore

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Scusa ma ti chiamo amore
Scusa ma ti chiamo amore.jpg
Raoul Bova in a film scene
Directed byFederico Moccia
Produced byRita Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori
Written byFederico Moccia
Luca Infascelli
Chiara Barzini
Story byFederico Moccia (novel)
StarringRaoul Bova, Michela Quattrociocche, Veronika Logan, Luca Angeletti
Music byClaudio Guidetti
CinematographyMarcello Montarsi
Edited byPatrizio Marone
Distributed byCecchi Gori Group, Medusa Film
Release date
Running time
108 minutes

Scusa ma ti chiamo amore[1] (Italian: Pardon, but I call you "love") is a 2008 Italian film directed by Federico Moccia starring Raoul Bova and Michela Quattrociocche.

This movie also stars Edoardo Natoli, Luca Angeletti and Cecilia Dazzi.

The film contains music from, and an appearance by, the Italian pop band Zero Assoluto. The title song, Scusa ma ti chiamo amore, is performed by Sugarfree.


Alex Belli (Bova) is a 37-year-old advertising executive whose fiancée Elena has just left him, and who is having difficulty at work trying to think of a good advertising campaign for a new Japanese product. Niki is a bubbly 17-year-old student. She has three best friends with whom she shares all her problems, and an annoying ex-boyfriend Fabio who is set on getting her back, but Niki is not interested. One day on his way to work, Alex collides with Niki on a city street. They soon begin a romance, despite their 20-year age gap.



A sequel entitled Scusa ma ti voglio sposare was released in 2010, with the cast from the first film reprising their roles.


External links[edit]

Scusa ma ti chiamo amore on IMDb