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Massimo M. Veronese
e Simonetta Caminiti
20×26, over 300 color illustrations
I have seen things that you humans … My name is Bond, James Bond … Houston, we have a problem … I rape you … I’m not bad, it’s that they draw me like this …
These are some of the phrases that have made the history of cinema and which, in many cases, have become everyday language. In Italian theaters they are not told by Hollywood stars, but by their Italian voices. Sometimes they have known names, Gigi Proietti, Ferruccio Amendola, Giancarlo Giannini, much more often they are phenomena that nobody knows: Carlo Romano, Pino Locchi, Rosetta Calavetta, Maria Pia Di Meo. As to say the voices of Don Camillo, 007, Marilyn Monroe, Meryl Streep.
It is called “Senti chi parla” and it collects the 101 most famous phrases of cinema and tells the story of who really said them, or rather the Italian dubbers, the best in the world who have lives that often resemble a movie. A book written by Massimo M. Veronese, Maurizio Pittiglio and Simonetta Caminiti, full of photographs, pages of newspapers, anecdotes, curiosities. And it is a book that speaks: with a QR code inserted in each page it will be possible to hear the phrases told in the volume with the help of your smartphone.
The book will be previewed at the Venice International Film Festival on September 2nd.