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Mine Vaganti: A Comedy About Family and Secrets

Mine Vaganti: A Comedy About Family and Secrets

Mine Vaganti (Loose Cannons) is a 2010 Italian comedy film directed by Ferzan Ozpetek. The film tells the story of a wealthy family that owns a pasta factory in Lecce, southern Italy. The family is headed by the patriarch Vincenzo (Ennio Fantastichini), who has two sons: Tommaso (Riccardo Scamarcio) and Antonio (Alessandro Preziosi). Tommaso is a literature student in Rome, who is secretly gay and plans to come out to his family during a dinner. However, his plans are ruined when Antonio unexpectedly reveals his own homosexuality, causing a scandal and a heart attack for Vincenzo. Tommaso is then forced to take over the family business, while hiding his true identity and his relationship with Marco (Carmine Recano), a writer he met in Rome. Meanwhile, Antonio leaves the town with his lover and faces the hostility of his relatives and the local community.

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The film is a comedy of manners that explores the themes of family, tradition, sexuality, and acceptance. The film also features a colorful cast of supporting characters, such as Alba (Nicole Grimaudo), Tommaso's childhood friend who has a crush on him; Stefania (Lunetta Savino), Tommaso's mother who suffers from depression; Elena (Ilaria Occhini), Vincenzo's sister who lives in a mental institution; Luciana (Elena Sofia Ricci), Antonio's wife who is unaware of his secret; and Bianca (Danila Stalteri), Vincenzo's mistress who is pregnant with his child.

The film was a commercial and critical success in Italy, winning several awards and nominations. The film also received positive reviews from international critics, who praised the film's humor, charm, and sensitivity. The film was released in various countries with different subtitles, such as Loose Cannons in English, (ÐеÐ)ÐÐÐÑÐÐ ÐÑкÑÐÐеÐÐÑ ((Bez)opasni otkroveniya) in Bulgarian[^1^], and Le premier qui l'a dit (The First Who Said It) in French.

The film is available to watch online in HD quality (720p) on various platforms, such as YouTube[^2^], Kit[^3^], Haiti Liberte[^4^], and Bitbucket. The film has subtitles in 94 languages[^1^], including English, Turkish, Spanish, German, and French.

The film was directed by Ferzan Ozpetek, a Turkish-born filmmaker who has lived and worked in Italy since 1977. Ozpetek is known for his films that explore the themes of sexuality, identity, and multiculturalism, such as Hamam: The Turkish Bath (1997), Facing Windows (2003), and The Ignorant Fairies (2001). Ozpetek co-wrote the screenplay of Mine Vaganti with Ivan Cotroneo, a novelist and screenwriter who also collaborated with him on Saturn in Opposition (2007) and A Perfect Day (2008).

The film features a talented cast of Italian actors, led by Riccardo Scamarcio, who plays Tommaso. Scamarcio is one of the most popular and versatile actors in Italy, who has starred in films such as Romanzo Criminale (2005), Three Steps Over Heaven (2004), and The Best of Youth (2003). Nicole Grimaudo plays Alba, Tommaso's friend who secretly loves him. Grimaudo is a television and film actress who has appeared in shows such as Boris (2007-2010) and films such as The First Beautiful Thing (2010) and What Will Become of Us (2004). Alessandro Preziosi plays Antonio, Tommaso's brother who comes out first. Preziosi is a theater and television actor who has starred in shows such as Elisa di Rivombrosa (2003-2005) and films such as Loose Cannons (2010) and The Last Kiss (2001).

The film also features veteran actors such as Ennio Fantastichini, who plays Vincenzo, the father of Tommaso and Antonio. Fantastichini is a prolific and award-winning actor who has worked with directors such as Nanni Moretti, Marco Tullio Giordana, and Giuseppe Tornatore. Lunetta Savino plays Stefania, the mother of Tommaso and Antonio. Savino is a theater and film actress who has appeared in films such as The First Beautiful Thing (2010), The Passion of the Christ (2004), and The Hundred Steps (2000). Ilaria Occhini plays La nonna, the grandmother of Tommaso and Antonio. Occhini is a legendary actress who has been working since the 1950s, winning awards such as the David di Donatello and the Nastro d'Argento. e0e6b7cb5c


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