BIANCA

Michele is a lonely man with various manias and obsessions. He spends most of his time watching his few friends and neighbours. Couples are what attract him most: driven by his obsession, he very often encroaches on their privacy and takes note of everything. He works as a math teacher in a private…

BIANCA

regia/director nanni moretti
soggetto/subject nanni moretti, sandro petraglia
sceneggiatura /screenplay nanni moretti, sandro petraglia
fotografia/cinematographer luciano tovoli
montaggio/editing mirco garrone
scene / scene design giorgio luppi, marco luppi
costumi / costume design lia francesca morandini 
musica / music franco piersanti
suono / sound stereo
cast/cast laura morante, nanni moretti, roberto vezzosi, dario cantarelli, remo remotti, vincenzo salemme
genere / genre drammatico / dramatic
formato originale/original format 35mm – color
durata/running time 96’
paese di produzione/country of production italia / italy
anno di produzione / year of production 1983
produzione/production faso film, reteitalia
distribuzione/distribution cidif, panarecord

Michele is a lonely man with various manias and obsessions. He spends most of his time watching his few friends and neighbours. Couples are what attract him most: driven by his obsession, he very often encroaches on their privacy and takes note of everything. He works as a math teacher in a private and prestigious school, where everything appears surreal. One day, the lady living next door is found dead. Michele knew her and had sometimes watched her from his balcony. Despite not being suspected of the crime, the police questions him. Bianca, a new, charming colleague, starts working at the school: Michele falls in love with her and is reciprocated. His friends Ignazio and Maria – who cheated on each other and then split up – get back together. One day, Michele comes across the couple having dinner in a restaurant with their former lovers and is shocked. He splits up with Bianca and closes into himself. Ignazio and Maria are killed. Questioned again by the police, poor Michele confesses to the murders.

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