Children of Hannibal
Children of Hannibal ★★ Figli de Annibale 1998
Unemployed sad-sack Do-menico (Orlando) decides to rob a Turin bank and head north to Switzerland, but he bungles the job and winds up with businessman Tommaso (Abatantuono) as a hostage. However, Tommaso has his own money troubles—nearly bankrupt, he persuades Domenico to head south with the loot and get help from Tommaso's friend, Orfeo (Insinni), who just happens to be a cop and Tommaso's lover. Then, Tomma-so's daughter Rita (Cervi) decides to join their strange road trip. Italian with subtitles. 93m/C VHS, DVD . IT Diego Abatantuono, Silvio Orlando, Valentina Cervi, Flavio Insinna, Ugo Conti; D: Davide Ferrario; W: Davide Ferrario; C: Giovanni Cavallini; M: Damiano Rota.
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