Due gocce d'acqua salata (1982)

aka: Blue Island

Film Review

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Due gocce d'acqua salata is an Italian adventure film first released in Italy on 25th March 1982, directed by Luigi Russo and Enzo Doria. Cinematography was by Luigi Russo and the film was scored by Franco Piersanti. It stars Sabrina Siani, Fabio Meyer and Mario Pedone. It has also been released under the title: Blue Island.   It is an Alex Film International production, produced by Enzo Doria and distributed by Starlight.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 32 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Due gocce d'acqua salata is: very poor - not worth the effort.

Other noteworthy films that have been directed by Luigi Russo include: Morbosità (1974), Porca società (1978), Dolly il sesso biondo (1979) and L'amante scomoda (1992). The actor Sabrina Siani has also appeared in: Pierino medico della SAUB (1981), Anno 2020 - I gladiatori del futuro (1984), Le Bon roi Dagobert (1984) and Aenigma (1987).

Other recommended adventure films from Italy that you may want to consider are: Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars (1964), John Huston's Beat the Devil (1953), Philippe de Broca's Le Bossu (1997), Elio Petri's La Decima vittima (1965) and Pasquale Squitieri's I Guappi (1974).

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