To Rome with Love
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To Rome with Love

Year:
Duration:
112 min
Genres:
Comedy | Romance
IMDB rate:
6.3
Director:
Woody Allen
Awards:
1 win & 5 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2012-07-06
Filming Locations: Rome, Lazio, Italy
Earnings
Opening Weekend: $361,359 (USA) (24 June 2012)
Gross: $16,684,352 (USA) (11 November 2012)
Cast
Actor
Character
Judy Davis
Phyllis
Flavio Parenti
Michelangelo
Roberto Benigni
Leopoldo
Alison Pill
Hayley
Alessandro Tiberi
Antonio
Alessandra Mastronardi
Milly
Alec Baldwin
John
David Pasquesi
Tim
Antonio Albanese
Luca Salta
Lynn Swanson
Ellen
Fabio Armiliato
Giancarlo
Monica Nappo
Sofia
Ornella Muti
Pia Fusari
Corrado Fortuna
Rocco
Margherita Vicario
Claudia
Rosa Di Brigida
Rosa Di Brigida
Riccardo Scamarcio
Rapinatore hotel
Maurizio Argentieri
Pilot (voice)
Woody Allen
Jerry
Giovanni Esposito
Hotel Clerk
Jesse Eisenberg
Jack
Gabriele Rainone
Gabriele
Camilla Pacifico
Camilla
Massimo Ferroni
Leopoldo's Co-worker
Alessandro Procoli
Leopoldo's Co-worker
Paolo De Vita
Leopoldo's Co-worker
Cecilia Capriotti
Serafina
Duccio Camerini
Friends at Cinema
Lina Sastri
Friends at Cinema
Alberto Mangiante
TV Voice (voice)
Ruggero Cara
Pedestrian #1 with Directions
Maria Rosaria Omaggio
Pedestrian #2 with Directions
Greta Gerwig
Sally
Penélope Cruz
Anna
Roberto Della Casa
Uncle Paolo
Ariella Reggio
Aunt Rita
Gustavo Frigerio
Uncle Sal
Simona Caparrini
Aunt Giovanna
Ellen Page
Monica
Sergio Solli
Leopoldo's Chauffeur
Cristiana Palazzoni
TG3 Anchorwoman
Giacomo Fadda
Pedestrian #3 with Directions
Massimo De Lorenzo
Film Director
Giuseppe Pambieri
Leopoldo's Boss
Alessio Zucchini
Reporter at Leopoldo's Office
Alessandro Tallarida
Reporter at Leopoldo's Office
Luca Calvani
Reporters at Movie Premiere
Maricel Álvarez
Reporter at Movie Premiere
Mariella Milani
Reporter at Movie Premiere
Roberta Ronconi
Reporter at Movie Premiere
Marta Zoffoli
Marisa Raguso
Lino Guanciale
Leonardo
Fabio Massimo Bonini
Max (as Fabio Bonini)
Brunella Matteucci
Reporter in Leopoldo's Bathroom
Edoardo Leo
Reporter at Barbershop
Claudia Smith
Fashion Show Model
Antonio Rampino
Maitre d'
Anna Teresa Rossini
Restaurant Couple
Gaetano Amato
Restaurant Couple
Marina Rocco
Tanya
Sergio Bini Bustric
Mr. Massucci
Augusto Fornari
Anna's Client
Mariano Rigillo
Anna's Client
Gianmarco Tognazzi
Anna's Client
Ilaria Serrato
Girl Outside Barbershop
Vinicio Marchioni
Aldo Romano
Donatella Finocchiaro
Reporter on Street
Nusia Gorgone
Reporter on Street
Antonino Bruschetta
Hotel Detective
Carlo Luca De Ruggieri
Hotel Detective
Margherita Di Rauso
Luca's Wife
Federica Corti
Girl with Autograph
Rita Cammarano
Nedda / Colombina
Matteo Bonetti
Tonio, lo scemo / Taddeo
Antonio Taschini
Silvio
Vinicio Cecere
Peppe / Arlecchino
Pierluigi Marchionne
Traffic Policeman
Francesco De Vito
Man in Window
Daniel Acon
Stagehand
Domenico Dolce
Himself
Stefano Gabbana
Himself
Giada Benedetti
Marcella Frascati (uncredited)
Claudio Caiolo
Paparazzo (uncredited)
Dominic Comperatore
(uncredited)
Araba Dell'Utri
(uncredited)
Edoardo Purgatori
Architect (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
To Rome With Love was originally titled The Bop Decameron, before being changed to Nero Fiddled. Woody Allen changed it when he realized that few people understood the title's loose reference to The Decameron, a medieval collection of novellas.
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Roberto Benigni's first appearance in a wide American release since Pinocchio (2002), and only his second since his Academy Award winning performance in Life Is Beautiful (1997). It is his first appearance in an American produced and directed film since Son of the Pink Panther (1993).
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Woody Allen's first acting role in five pictures and six years. His last was in Scoop (2006).
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Goofs
When Leopoldo and his wife are walking the street near a street coffee vendor, the extras in the background pass several times.
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When Antonio is calling Milly, the call tone is the American call tone. In Italy, when you're calling someone you hear a different call tone. (Not to be confused with the ring tone).
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When Leopoldo leaves his house to go to work, he walks to his car and the front wheels are pointing to the right. He leaves the car there. When he comes home, the car's wheels are turned to the left.
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Quotes
Jack: It's incredible that the Colosseum is still standing after thousands of years. You know, Sally and I have to re-tile the bathroom every six months.
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Monica: I call that futile feeling, Ozymandias Melancholia.
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Jack: With age comes wisdom.
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Faq
Q
Which character in the movie is the closest to the sort of role that Woody Allen would have once played?
A
Woody Allen has commented that he would have played Jesse Eisenberg's part if he was young as it's the sort of character he could play well: "I would have played Jesse's part if I was young. I'm a very limited actor but that's one of the things I could play well. I would have played that part like Jesse (played it). Maybe not as well because he's got that fast, very skillful delivery, but Jesse could play characters that I play very, very effectively."
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Photos from cast
Carol Alt Giuliano Gemma