Unfair Competition (2001)

Unfair Competition
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Unfair Competition (Italian: Concorrenza sleale) is a 2001 Italian drama film directed by Ettore Scola. It was filmed in Cinecittà and some of its sets were used by Martin Scorsese in Gangs of New York, as Ettore Scola said in Néstor Birri's book. Wikipedia

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Professor Angelo: (correcting a kid's lesson) 5 for the grammar, less 5 for the ideas, equals zero. Yes. Zero. Umberto Melchiori: I won't discuss the grammar but the ideas were quite clear. Professor Angelo: This dammed regime killed the critical sense of the country, it left us stupid. Even the children got pompuous. Where's the irony? Umberto Melchiori: You're asking me? I don't know. Professor Angelo: You don't know anything. (pauses) Professor Angelo: It's dead. Umberto Melchiori: Who? Professor Angelo: The irony.


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Nominated for 13 Awards | Won 3


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