Sogni Mostruosamente Proibiti



Posted by Robert Bettens

Added on Thursday, April 20, 2017

Sogni Mostruosamente Proibiti

Sogni mostruosamente proibiti (1982) represents the first collaboration between Maestro Bruno Zambrini and director Neri Parenti. A spin-off of the Fantozzi franchise, the movie starred the popular Paolo Villaggio (of course) as Paolo Coniglio, a clerk working for a company that publishes comic books.
Paolo manages to escape the daily grind through dreamlike trips in which he places himself in the middle of wonderful adventures alongside his heroine, Dalia, a fantasy character in a comic series he is working on. Everything is status quo until he meets Dalia one day in a supermarket in real life
Maestro Zambrinis melodies fit the genius plot splendidly, coloring everything like a musical caption. These great early 80s sonoritiestogether with the absolute cult scenes for which they were writtenare cemented in our memories, whether its Paolo as Superman, a knight of the round table or the star of a television show.
A wonderful start for the Maestro whose collaboration remains today an integral artistic complement to the cinematic endeavors of the great director Neri Parenti.

The CD comes in a jewel case featuring the new DDJ DLX graphic layout with a 16-page booklet designed by Alessio Iannuzzi, liner notes by Daniele De Gemini and mastering by Claudio Fuiano. This is the 12th release in the series dedicated to Italian cult cinema; the 20th will come with a collectors box to hold volumes 11-20!


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