Viola Kisses Everybody

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Viola Kisses Everybody
(Viola bacia tutti) (orig.)
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Italian poster
Directed by Giovanni Veronesi
Produced by Vittorio Cecchi Gori
Rita Rusic (as Rita Cecchi Gori)
Written by Giovanni Veronesi
Rocco Papaleo
Starring Massimo Ceccherini
Valerio Mastandrea
Rocco Papaleo
Asia Argento
Leonardo Pieraccioni
Music by Aldo De Scalzi
Cinematography Fabio Cianchetti
Edited by Cecilia Zanuso
Distributed by Cecchi Gori Distribuzione
Release date
  • 1998 (1998)
Running time
93 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Viola Kisses Everybody (Viola bacia tutti) is a 1998 Italian comedy film directed by Giovanni Veronesi.

Leonardo Pieraccioni makes a cameo role in the film as a tourist who asks Massimo Ceccherini information about a beach.


Three friends: Max (Massimo Ceccherini), Samuele (Valerio Mastandrea) and Nicola (Rocco Papaleo) go on holiday in their caravan. During the trip, Viola (Asia Argento), who has just robbed a bank, accosts the campers and takes them hostage. Initially the three are frightened, but gradually gain confidence with the girl and they become friends. Finally they decide to help her dispose of the priceless coins from the robbery.


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