Scusa ma ti chiamo amore
|Scusa ma ti chiamo amore|
Raoul Bova in a film scene
|Directed by||Federico Moccia|
|Produced by||Rita Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori|
|Written by||Federico Moccia|
|Story by||Federico Moccia (novel)|
|Starring||Raoul Bova, Michela Quattrociocche, Veronika Logan, Luca Angeletti|
|Music by||Claudio Guidetti|
|Edited by||Patrizio Marone|
|Distributed by||Cecchi Gori Group, Medusa Film|
Sorry but i call you love (Italian: Scusa ma ti chiamo amore) is a 2008 film directed by Federico Moccia and among others interpreted by Raoul Bova and Michela Quattrociocche. Cinematic adaptation of the Italian novel Scusa ma ti chiamo amore always published by the movie director.
Niki is almost eighteen years old, attends the last year of high school and spends her free time with her trusted group of friends, the O.N.D.E. (waves) from the initials of their names : Olimpia (Olly), Nicoletta (Niki), Diletta and Erica, including discos, parties and various events. Alex is almost thirty-seven and a career publicist. Alex has recently broke up with his longtime girlfriend Elena and his universe revolves around parents, sisters, grandchildren and old friends. In a busy Roman morning, while Niki was going to school on her motorbike, she collides with Alex that was going to work in his car. The incident marks an important turning point in their lives : in fact, a tender friendship blossoms, that soon turns into love. Alex is initially not well accepted by Niki's family, but later they change their mind, seeing the authenticity of their feelings. Among loves, broken relationships, friendships true or not, the story will be based on Alex and Niki adventures.
- Raoul Bova: Alessandro Belli
- Michela Quattrociocche: Niki
- Veronika Logan: Elena
- Luca Angeletti: Enrico
- Ignazio Oliva: Flavio
- Lorenzo Federici: Matteo
A sequel entitled Scusa ma ti voglio sposare was released in 2010, with the cast from the first film reprising their roles.
- Official website of sequel, Scusa ma ti voglio sposare Archived July 30, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
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