Italian-style "The Devil Wears Prada": a crushing comedy "Il Tuttofare" is set on glide to the screens in January 31

Best directorial debut of Italian Movie Award Il Tuttofare by Valerio Attanasio is out in limited release. The comedy from the screenwriter of the main comedy hit of the last years I Can Quit Whenever I Want will be shown in Falcon Club Cinema Boutique from January 31 to February 2.

29030.jpegA shot from the film Il Tuttofare

Aspiring lawyer Antonio gets an internship with a venerable lawyer Dr. Toti. Antonio does everything for him: he is an assistant, a porter, a driver and and even a personal chef. For career prospects the young man is willing to do a lot, until Toti asks one more favor – to marry his Argentine mistress, so that she can become an Italian citizen ... He has to choose whether to compromise himself or to lose warm place in the world of big connections.

Il Tuttofare is a debut feature film by Valerio Attanasio, which has participated in seven national film festivals and won Italian Movie Award and was nominated for a major Italian film award – Silver Ribbon Award (Best directorial debut, Best comedy). Valerio Attanasio also wrote the script for the first part of the Sydney Sibilia’s comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want (2014) about a gang of scientists.

One of the main roles in the film was played by actor and director Sergio Castellitto, known from films Padre Pio: Maracle Man (2000), My Mother’s Smile (2002) and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008). As a director Castellito adapted Margaret Mandzantini bestsellers Don´t Move (2004) and Twice Born (2012) with Penelope Cruz in the lead roles. In 2017 Sergio Castellito's film Lucky participated in the Special Look program of the Cannes film festival.

The intern’s role is played by a rising star of Italian cinema Guglielmo Poggi who have also starred in in Sydney Sibilia’s I Can Quit Whenever I Want and I Can Quit Whenever I Want. Superheroes and Gabriele Muccino’s Summertime. The young actor won the prestigious Italian film award named after Guglielmo Biraghi for his role in the new film by Valerio Attanasio.

Il Tuttofare is a new look at the rules of survival at work. Italian film critics call the movie a free prequel to the comedy trilogy I Can Quit Whenever I Want: "The heroes of the Sydney Sibilia’s saga who have already become fond of us could begin their journey like this as well", writes "Between reality and the grotesque, Valerio Attanasio filmed an amazing tragicomedy that is relevant to every modern person", writes