We All Loved Each Other So Much

1974

We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974)

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Stefania Sandrelli, a bit player in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita, stars in the deliberately Felliniesque comedy We All Loved Each Other So Much. Sandrelli plays the longtime object of three friends' affections. The film traces the interrelationships of those friends-Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi and Satta Flores-over a period of thirty years, beginning with their involvement in the wartime Resistance. In addition to freely quoting from La Dolce Vita, director Ettore Scola also calculatedly evokes memories of Fellini's I Vitteloni. As a bonus, the film offers affectionate homages to several other neorealist filmmakers, including Rossellini and de Sica. We All Loved Each Other So Much was originally released as C'erevamo tanto amati.

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From WWII, the promise of the future, along with it's aftermath, the story of three friends and a woman unfolds. We follow the disparate lives of a proletariat, an intellectual, and a bourgeois through their ideals, convictions, loves, triumphs and failures. This cinematic retelling weaves a tapestry of iconic Italian film imagery, including the infamous recreation of the Trevi fountain scene, complete with appearances by Fellini and Mastroianni. Dedicated to Vittorio De Sica, this film is a tribute to Italian filmmaking and a testament for film lovers. Bravo!

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