Director(s) - Paolo Genovese
Screenwriter(s) - Paolo Genovese, Filippo Bologna, Paolo Costella, Paola Mammini, Rolando Ravello
Actors - Marco Giallini, Kasia Smutniak, Valerio Mastandrea, Anna Foglietta, Edoardo Leo, Alba Rohrwacher, Giuseppe Battiston
Producer(s) - Marco Belardi
Cinematographer - Fabrizio Lucci
Editor(s) - Consuelo Catucci
Composer(s) - Maurizio Filardo
Sales agent - True Colours
Distributor - Kino Pavasaris Distribution
Production company -
Dialogues - Italian
Subtitles - Lithuanian
Not just a box office hit but also a national phenomenon, Paolo Genovese’s latest dramedy has got the whole of Italy asking: How well do we really know those closest to us? Fuelled by a fiendishly clever screenplay and an all-star cast, "Perfect Strangers" gathers a group of good friends around the dining table – three 30-something couples and a bachelor – where one suggests they make all SMSs and phone calls public across the course of the night. The reason: to prove they have nothing to hide. What seems like an innocent experiment results in some eye-opening disclosures – even a swapping of phones in a desperate concealment attempt – that shows how performance dominates our public lives.
"The Discovery of Walter" (1998, short), "Little Things" (1999, short), "A Neapolitan Spell" (2002), "Couple (Or the Measure of Love)" (2002, short), "Sorry, You Can't Get Through!" (2005), "The Night is Still Ours" (2008), "The Santa Claus Gang" (2010), "The Immature" (2011), "The Immature: The Trip" (2012), "A Perfect Family" (2012), "Blame Freud" (2014), "Ever Been to the Moon?" (2015), "Perfect Strangers" (2016, "Kino pavasaris"), "Forever" (2016, short).