Bordella is a 1994 American comedy film directed by John McNaughton and starring Bill Pullman, Matt Dillon, and Faye Dunaway. The film tells the story of a group of friends who decide to open a brothel in a small town in the Midwest. The film begins with the four friends, who are all in their early 30s, discussing their plans for the future. They are all dissatisfied with their current lives and decide to start a new business together. They decide to open a brothel in a small town in the Midwest, where they believe they will be able to make a lot of money. The friends set up shop in a rundown house and begin to advertise their services. They soon attract a number of customers, including a local businessman, a farmer, and a priest. However, their business is not without its problems. They are harassed by the local sheriff, who is opposed to prostitution, and they are also robbed by a group of criminals. Despite the challenges, the friends persevere and eventually become successful. They make a lot of money and they enjoy their new lives. However, their success comes at a price. They begin to drift apart and their relationships start to suffer. Eventually, the friends decide to close the brothel and go their separate ways. Bordella is a comedy that explores the themes of friendship, love, and loss. The film is full of humor and heart, and it offers a unique perspective on the world of prostitution.

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Bordella is a 1994 American comedy film directed by John McNaughton and starring Bill Pullman, Matt Dillon, and Faye Dunaway. The film tells the story of a group of friends who decide to open a brothel in a small town in the Midwest. The film begins with the four friends, who are all in their early 30s, discussing their plans for the future. They are all dissatisfied with their current lives and decide to start a new business together. They decide to open a brothel in a small town in the Midwest, where they believe they will be able to make a lot of money. The friends set up shop in a rundown house and begin to advertise their services. They soon attract a number of customers, including a local businessman, a farmer, and a priest. However, their business is not without its problems. They are harassed by the local sheriff, who is opposed to prostitution, and they are also robbed by a group of criminals. Despite the challenges, the friends persevere and eventually become successful. They make a lot of money and they enjoy their new lives. However, their success comes at a price. They begin to drift apart and their relationships start to suffer. Eventually, the friends decide to close the brothel and go their separate ways. Bordella is a comedy that explores the themes of friendship, love, and loss. The film is full of humor and heart, and it offers a unique perspective on the world of prostitution.

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Cast
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Al Lettieri

Eddie Mordace
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Gigi Proietti

Ivanoe (as Luigi Proietti)
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Christian De Sica

Ugolino
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Gianni Cavina

Adone
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Taryn Power

Olimpia
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Vladek Sheybal

Francesco
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George Eastman

Simbad (as Luigi Montefiori)
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Maurizio Bonuglia

Gualtiero
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Rosemarie Lindt

Moglie di Gualtiero
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Greta Vayan

(as Greta Vaillant)
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Giselda Castrini

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Pietro Brambilla

Massagiatore (as Pietro Brambila)
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Valentino Macchi

Agente
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Francesco D'Adda

Massaggiatore
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Elvira Cortese

Madre di Ugolino
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Vincent Gardenia

Mr. Chips
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Renato Turi

Uomo invisibile (voice)
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Carlo Balestrieri

Bordellista (uncredited)
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Bruno Bertocci

Man in Bank drimng Robbery (uncredited)
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Salvatore Billa

Barman (uncredited)
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West Buchanan

Bordellista (uncredited)
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Rosa Maria Calogero

(uncredited)
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Franz Colangeli

Man at Bank Counter (uncredited)
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Luciano Crovato

(uncredited)
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Cesare Di Vito

(uncredited)
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Andrea Esterhazy

Bar Customer (uncredited)
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Paolo Granata

(uncredited)
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Jho Jhenkins

Bordellista (uncredited)
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Nancy Lecchini

Woman at Funeral (uncredited)
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Tito LeDuc

Massaggiatore (uncredited)
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Elisa Mainardi

Luciana Muccioli (uncredited)
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Giancarlo Muratore

(uncredited)
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Vezio Natili

Man at Bank Counter (uncredited)
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Maria Teresa Piaggio

(uncredited)
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Tiziana Pini

(uncredited)
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Gianfranco Principi

(uncredited)
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Anna Recchimuzzi

(uncredited)
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Teresa Rossi Passante

Client (uncredited)
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Giuseppe Terranova

(uncredited)
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Marcella Theodoli

Client (uncredited)
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Sandra Wolff

Client (uncredited)
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Milena Zampana

Woman at Bank Counter (uncredited)
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Luciano Zanussi

Bank Clerk (uncredited)
Crew
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Pupi Avati

Director
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Antonio Avati

Writer
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Pupi Avati

Writer
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Gianni Cavina

Writer
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Maurizio Costanzo

Writer
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