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|People of Rome|
|Directed by||Ettore Scola|
|Written by||Ettore Scola|
|Music by||Armando Trovajoli|
|Cinematography||Franco Di Giacomo|
|Edited by||Raimondo Crociani|
|October 31, 2003|
The film is dedicated to Alberto Sordi, who Scola wanted to close the film, as a noble man, but he could not film him because he died.
Scola's daughters helped to co-write the script.
Rome 2003, the camera follows citizens of Rome. Night, in a flat, a woman prepares her husband's lunch. The man takes a bus, but the camera follow another bus ... a woman cleans the mayor's office... A man interviews passengers on a bus about immigration...... the owner of a bar is racist person... a survivor woman of Holocaust remembers the Ghetto deportation... deportation that is filmed by a director... Stefania Sandrelli plays with her grand daughter in a park a man tries to seduce the bus driver...gay night life... sunrise at Piazza Navona, a noble man and a tramp are sitting together.
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