During World War II, Antonio (Nino Manfredi), Gianni (Vittorio Gassman) and Nicola (Stefania Sandrelli) are activists fighting for Italy's liberation from Nazi occupation. When the war ends and their ideals must change, the three men take different life paths. Antonio and Nicola incorporate their beliefs into adulthood, whereas Gianni takes a more affluent job as a lawyer's assistant. When the group reunites after several decades, their discourse unearths hostility and unsettling realizations.
|Original Title||C'eravamo tanto amati|
|German Title||Wir hatten uns so geliebt|
|French Title||Nous nous sommes tant aimés!|
|Other Titles||We All Loved Each Other So Much|
|Directed by||Ettore Scola|
|Available Formats||Blu-ray, DCP|
|Screenplay||Agenore Incrocci, Ettore Scola, Furio Scarpelli|
|Film Editing||Raimondo Crociani|
|Production||Pio Angeletti, Adriano De Micheli|
Piazza Grande Locarno 1975
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