C'eravamo tanto amati We All Loved Each Other So Much

C'eravamo tanto amati We All Loved Each Other So Much

We All Loved Each Other So Much is a 1974 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Ettore Scola and written by Scola and the famous screenwriter duo of Age & Scarpelli. It stars Stefania Sandrelli, Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Stefano Satta Flores and Aldo Fabrizi, among others. Widely considered one of the best movies by Scola, and a great example of commedia all'italiana, it was dedicated to famous Italian director Vittorio De Sica.


Gianni, Antonio and Nicola were resistance fighters (La Resistenza) during the war, sharing everything like brothers. After the war, they returned to their lives. Antonio as a nurse in a Roman hospital, where he fell madly in love with a girl named Luciana. He also belongs to the Popular Front. Gianni entered as an assistant in a law firm, the head of which, La Rosa, is running as a deputy candidate for the Socialist Party. Nicola returned to teaching in a small town high school, married a woman named Gabriella and had a child, Tommasino. He is an intellectual idealist, active member of the Communist Party, as well as a passionate film buff.