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Un amore perfetto
Directed by Valerio Andrei
Produced by Roberto Alchimede
Rita Rusic Company
Written by Cristiana Farina and Luca Monesi
Starring Cesare Cremonini
Martina Stella
Denis Fasolo
Andrea Ascolese
Chiara Sani
Carlo Simoni
Giulia Weber
Maria Mazza
Sergio Romano
Music by Cesare Cremonini
Distributed by Columbia Tristar Films Italia[1]
Release date(s) January 25, 2002 (Italy)[2]
Running time 95 min
Language Italian

Un amore perfetto is a 2002 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Valerio Andrei. It stars Cesare Cremonini[3], then the lead singer of Italian music group Lùnapop; Martina Stella, then an emerging star following her debut performance in the 2001 film L'ultimo bacio[4]; and Denis Fasolo.

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Plot

Ceghe (Cremonini) and Berni (Fasolo) are close friends who are both uneasily transitioning into their adult lives. They meet Laura (Stella) one evening at a nightclub, and the three rapidly become a close group who share "a perfect love." However, romantic impulses between Laura and each of the two men eventually threaten to tear the old friends apart.

As this scenario unfolds, Ceghe becomes aware of a lucrative opportunity to sell a valuable item possessed by guests of the hotel run by his parents. The circumstances and risks of the opportunity are unclear, but Ceghe becomes increasingly determined to make a fortune by stealing and selling the item.

Reception

Reviewers generally described the plot of Un amore perfetto as lightweight fare. They considered the film primarily a marketing vehicle, created to capitalize on the popularity of Cremonini and Stella.[5][6][7]

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