Welcome Mr. President! Trailer

Welcome Mr. President! Trailer (2013)

19 March 2013 Comedy 100 mins

In a small mountain village lives a man with a challenging name, Giuseppe Garibaldi (one of Italy's "fathers of the fatherland"), but everybody call him with the nickname Peppino. Love fishing, the company of friends, the library where he works as a precarious employee. He is an optimistic person even if his child accuse him of being a wannabe. One day, due to a mess of politicians, an amazing thing happens: Peppino is mistakenly elected President of the Italian Republic. Pulled out from his quiet life, is to play a role for which he knows he is obviously inappropriate, but his common sense and his instinctive gestures are incredibly effective, except for the etiquette, for which he is in trouble. The inflexible and fascinating Deputy Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic, Janis Clementi, is anxious to no avail in an attempt to regulate the unpredictable actions of the President...

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Cast

Claudio Bisio

as Giuseppe "Peppino" Garibaldi

Claudio Bisio

as Peppino

Kasia Smutniak

as Janis Clementi

Beppe Fiorello

as Politico con pizzetto

Remo Girone

as Morelli

Massimo Popolizio

as Politico ruspante

Cesare Bocci

as Politico bello

Omero Antonutti

as Segretario generale

Franco Ravera

as Luciano

Patrizio Rispo

as Generale Cavallo

Helga Cossu

as Helga

Roberto Tallei

as Roberto

Lina Wertmüller

as Potere Forte

Crew

Carlotta Calori

Carlotta Calori Associate Producer

Viola Prestieri

Viola Prestieri Executive Producer

Saverio Guarna

Saverio Guarna Cinematography

Armido Pezzato

Armido Pezzato Makeup Department Head

International Releases Dates

Italy 19 March 2013

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