Italian Film "Ciao Professore!" (Free Admission)

In director Lina Wertmüller's upbeat comedy, Marco Sperelli (Paolo Villaggio) -- a priggish upper-class teacher from northern Italy -- is mistakenly assigned to a tumbledown school in an impoverished village near Naples. But upon arriving, he finds most of his students hustling on the streets to earn money for their families -- and before you can say "school of hard knocks," Sperelli becomes the pupil as the kids tutor him about life's realities.

EVENT: Italian Film Series

SCREENING: Ciao, Professore! 1992

EVENT DATE: Friday, December 7, 2012

EVENT LOCATION: Silas Deane Middle School Auditorium, Wethersfield, CT

EVENT TIME: 7pm

COST: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

EVENT SPONSORED BY: The Wethersfield High School Italian National Honor Society in cooperation with the Italian Culture Center of Education and the Wethersfield Chapter of UNICO

The evening is made possible by the generous support of Franco Cianfaglione, Agent, State Farm Insurance, Rocky Hill

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  • Stephen C.

    Fantasico. Ti sara' bene vendere. It wil be good to see you.

    December 6, 2012

  • Rosaria T.

    Ciao,
    va bene, vengo a farvi compagnia, John, Silvia e Stefano.
    Ho visto questo film un paio di volte.... e' divertente e illustrativo delle divergenze culturali, economiche e linguistiche esistenti tra il Nord e il Sud Italia.
    Trovo Lina Wurtmuller molto incisiva come regista, indi percio' ho deciso che ne vale la pena partecipare. A venerdi sera! I've seen this film a couple of times... it is funny and representative of the cultural, economic and linguistic differences existing in Italy between the North (industrialized) and the South.
    I find Lina Wurtmuller very effective as a movie director, therefore, I've decided that it is worth my while to go. See you on Friday night!

    December 6, 2012

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