Soap and Water Trailer

Soap and Water Trailer (1983)

27 October 1983 Drama, Family 109 mins

La madre-manager di una giovanissima modella americana cerca un precettore per la figlia che deve lavorare per tre mesi a Roma. Le viene suggerito il nome di padre Spinetti, un sacerdote che insegna in un istituto femminile, ma la telefonata per l'incarico la intercetta Rolando, bidello laureato in cerca di fortuna. Rolando si presenta alla donna vestito da prete e viene assunto, la ragazza però non tarda a rendersi conto che l'impacciato professore non è un vero sacerdote e se ne innamora. Una commedia comico-sentimentale con un irresistibile Carlo Verdone.

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Carlo Verdone

as Rolando

Natasha Hovey

as Sandy Walsh

Elena Fabrizi

as Sora Ines

Philip Dallas

as Papà Spinetti

Christian De Sica

as Voce fuoricampo

International Releases Dates

Italy 27 October 1983

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