One Hundred Steps

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I cento passi (English: One Hundred Steps or The Hundred Steps) is an Italian film released in 2000, directed by Marco Tullio Giordana about the life of Peppino Impastato, a political activist who opposed the Mafia in Sicily. The story takes place in... read more
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I cento passi (English: One Hundred Steps or The Hundred Steps) is an Italian film released in 2000, directed by Marco Tullio Giordana about the life of Peppino Impastato, a political activist who opposed the Mafia in Sicily. The story takes place in the small town of Cinisi in the province of Palermo, the home town of the Impastato family. One hundred steps was the number of steps it took to get from the Impastato house to the house of the Mafia boss Tano Badalamenti. The film has been released on Regions 2 and 4 DVDs but a Region 1 release has yet to be made.

Original Release

09/01/2000

Cast

Luigi Lo Cascio Peppino Impastato
Paolo Briguglia Giovanni Impastato
Luigi Maria Burruano Luigi Impastato
Tony Sperandeo Gaetano Badalamenti
Lucia Sardo Felicia Impastato
Andrea Tidona Stefano Venuti
Claudio Gioè Salvo Vitale
Domenico Centamore Vito
Antonino Bruschetta Cugino Anthony (as Ninni Bruschetta)
Paola Pace Cosima
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Marco Tullio Giordana

Writers

Marco Tullio Giordana, Monica Zapelli, Claudio Fava, Vanda Vaz

Cast

Luigi Lo Cascio Peppino Impastato
Paolo Briguglia Giovanni Impastato
Luigi Maria Burruano Luigi Impastato
Tony Sperandeo Gaetano Badalamenti
Lucia Sardo Felicia Impastato
Andrea Tidona Stefano Venuti
Claudio Gioè Salvo Vitale
Domenico Centamore Vito
Antonino Bruschetta Cugino Anthony (as Ninni Bruschetta)
Paola Pace Cosima
Pippo Montalbano Cesare Manzella
Aurora Quattrocchi Signora Manzella
Gaspare Cucinella Zio Gasparo
Dario Veca Cugino Paolo Schillirò
Simona Cavalieri Felicetta
Vito Cardinale
Pietro Abbate
Lorenzo Genova
Orio Scaduto Nipote Jacuzzo
Abdelmjind Adib

Producers

Editors

Roberto Missiroli

2001 Golden Globe Best Foreign Language Film Nominated
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