The perfect dinner: the film with Salvatore Esposito and Greta Scarano tonight on Sky Cinema Uno and NOW

Tonight on Sky Cinema Uno and NOW, the premiere of The Perfect Dinner, a comedy between the Camorra and the kitchen with Salvatore Esposito and Greta Scarano, is aired.

Suspence, comedy and a pinch of romance are the ingredients of The perfect dinnerfilm between the Camorra and the upcoming cuisine tonight on Sky Cinema Uno and Sky Cinema 4K at 9:15 pm, streaming on NOW and available on demand, also in 4K quality.

The perfect dinner: a scene from the movie

Salvatore Esposito And Greta Scarano they take on the role of an unlikely couple, a good-hearted Camorrista and a chef full of ambition, who discover a unique opportunity for redemption in catering.
Carmine (Salvatore Esposito) grew up in Naples in the shadow of the Camorra boss known as “Scimitarra”. Not having what it takes to lead a criminal life on the front line, Scimitar sent him to Rome entrusting him with the management of a restaurant destined for money laundering. Unexpectedly, Carmine became passionate about catering, especially thanks to the arrival of Consuelo (Greta Scarano), a young chef of Argentine origin with a difficult character but great ambitions. The love of food and the dream of winning a Michelin star will give both of them a second chance, but how will Carmine escape control of Scimitar?

The perfect dinner, Davide Minnella: “I expected that there were real chefs on the set”

Directed by Davide Minnella, the film is a food movie with a crime background and comedy tints, which does not give up on romanticism. In the cast, alongside the protagonists Salvatore Esposito and Greta Scarano, also Gianluca Fru, Gianfranco Gallo, Antonella Attili and Antonio Grosso. The film also sees the participation, as coach, of the starred chef Cristina Bowerman.

The perfect dinner is produced by Fulvio and Federica Lucisano for Italian International Film, eVision Distribution, in collaboration with Sky and in collaboration with Prime Video. It is written by Stefano Sardo with Giordana Mari and Gianluca Bernardini, with the collaboration of Salvatore Esposito himself.

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