Every thing for 1 – 1 for everybody: The trailer for the Christmas picture with the musketeers Mastandrea, Papaleo plus Favino

First images in the Sky Original film by Giovanni Veronesi, sequel to The King’s Musketeers – The Penultimate Mission. Tutti pro 1 -1 per tutti will be broadcast on Sky for the evening of December 25th with 9.15 p.m. Fortunately they are available upon request and are downloaded on NOW TV.

We current the first trailer from All for 1 – 1 for many, the continuation of King’s Musketeers – The penultimate mission what reports Pierfrancesco Favino, Valerio Mastandrea e Rocco Papaleo in the role of D’Artagnan, Porthos and Athos.
Directed by way of Giovanni Veronesilike the first All intended for 1 – 1 for all it’s a movie Heaven original and will also be broadcast Premiere on the evening regarding December 25th at 9.twelve p.m. on Sky, available too on request and as streaming on THESE DAYS TV.

All for 1 – 1 for all: the trailer plus the poster

The action of all for you – 1 for all

Always goliardic, but rustier, the musketeers D’Artagnan (Pierfrancesco Favino), Porthos (Valerio Mastandrea) and Athos (Rocco Papaleo) happen to be back, recalled by Queen Patrice of Austria (Margherita Buy) for starters very last secret mission. Now, guided by a unique seer referred to as Tomtom (Giulia Michelini), they find a new amazing adventure that will direct the fate of little Princess Ginevra (Sara Ciocca), daughter of Enrichetta of England (Anna Ferzetti) plus Buffon (Federico Ielapi ), an exceptionally young and curly orphan. On a quest full of challenges of all kinds and great encounters, including often the one with Cyrano (Guido Caprino), you will face the toughest trials: you will have to choose between dedication to the crown and friendship.

“Tutti every 1 – 1 per tutti” is a Sky Original picture produced by Vision Distribution and In in association with BPER Banca SpA as outlined by tax credit regulations in association with often the Toscana Film Commission and Toscana Promozione. Directed by Giovanni Veronesi with Pierfrancesco Favino, Valerio Mastandrea, Rocco Papaleo, Giulia Michelini, Guido Caprino, Anna Ferzetti, Federico Ielapi, Sara Ciocca and Giulio Scarpati and with the participation of Margherita Acquire. The film was written by Giovanni Veronesi, Ugo Chiti, Giulio Calvani and Nicola Baldoni. The dépanneur is Tani Canevari, the scenography is entrusted to Paki Meduri and the costumes are by Alessandro Lai.


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