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Monica Scattini was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Scattini's career in acting began with her roles in various films like the Giancarlo Giannini historical drama "Fatti di Gente Perbene" (1975), "Malamore" (1982) and "Lontano da Dove" (1983). She also appeared in "A Boy and a Girl" (1984) with Jerry Calà. Scattini also lent her vocal talents to the documentary "The Wobblies" (1979) with Joe Murphy. She continued to act in productions like "Tolgo Il Disturbo" (1991), "Un'altra vita" (1992) with Silvio Orlando and the Giuseppe Cederna comedy "Love Burns" (1994). She also appeared in "Maniaci Sentimentali" (1994). In her more recent career, she tackled roles in "Vacanze di Natale 2000" (1999) with Christian DeSica, "Film" (2000) and the Adriana Asti dramatic adaptation "How to Make A Martini" (2001). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Nora" (2001) with Ewan McGregor and the foreign "Crazy Mate" (2003) with Alessandro Haber. Scattini most recently acted in the Robert Knepper biopic "CloClo" (2012).

Monica Scattini was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Scattini's career in acting began with her roles in various films like the Giancarlo Giannini historical drama "Fatti di Gente Perbene" (1975), "Malamore" (1982) and "Lontano da Dove" (1983). She also appeared in "A Boy and a Girl" (1984) with Jerry Calà. Scattini also lent her vocal talents to the documentary "The Wobblies" (1979) with Joe Murphy. She continued to act in productions like "Tolgo Il Disturbo" (1991), "Un'altra vita" (1992) with Silvio Orlando and the Giuseppe Cederna comedy "Love Burns" (1994). She also appeared in "Maniaci Sentimentali" (1994). In her more recent career, she tackled roles in "Vacanze di Natale 2000" (1999) with Christian DeSica, "Film" (2000) and the Adriana Asti dramatic adaptation "How to Make A Martini" (2001). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Nora" (2001) with Ewan McGregor and the foreign "Crazy Mate" (2003) with Alessandro Haber. Scattini most recently acted in the Robert Knepper biopic "CloClo" (2012).

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 CloClo (2012)
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 Feisbum (2009)
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 Nine (2009)
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 Crazy Mate (2003)
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 Nora (2000) Amalia Globocnik
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 Film (2000) Monica
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