Remember this band? Probably not; this one’s Carlo Virzì’s (younger brother of Paolo) fictitious group called Pluto and from his movie I Più Grandi Di Tutti, The Greatest Of Them All.
The younger Virzì, started as a musician in the now defunct band Snaporaz, sings and plays the guitar, and now he’s following in his brother’s footsteps and directing movies. If I’m to be honest, I enjoyed his I Più Grandi Di Tutti more than his brother Paolo’s award-winning La Prima Cosa Bella. I Più Grandi Di Tutti ventures out from the cliché Italian comedies that a lot of Italian directors have gotten away with for too long.
Starring Claudia Pandolfi, Alessandro Roja, Dario Cappanera and Marco Cocci as Sabrina, Loris, Rino, and Mao, members of a rock band that broke up, and not in a pretty way, 15 years earlier. The four musicians dispersed, hating each other and never wanting ever to see each other again until along came the rich, mysterious Ludovico Reviglio (Corrado Fortuna), begging them for an interview and for them to reunite for a concert. Their band, called Pluto was more of a flash in the pan and even Sabrina, Loris, Rino and Mao know it, but the guy is offering them a lot of money to do it, and they all really need the money.
This is one of the movies that you can stream from mymovies.it but in the meantime, enjoy the band’s music video, Vado al Mare (I’m going to the beach).