To Sleep Next To Her

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To Sleep Next To Her
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Directed by Eugenio Cappuccio  [ it ]
Written byMassimo Lolli
Alessandro Spinaci
Starring Giorgio Pasotti
Cristiana Capotondi
CinematographyGianfilippo Corticelli
Edited by Marco Spoletini
Music byFrancesco Cerasi
Release date
Language Italian

To Sleep Next To Her (Italian : Volevo solo dormirle addosso) is a 2004 Italian drama film directed by Eugenio Cappuccio. It entered the Midnight section at the 61st Venice International Film Festival. [1] [2]



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  1. Paolo D'Agostini (September 2, 2004). "Tra amore e carriera non mettere il sesso". La Repubblica . Retrieved 25 February 2014.
  2. Jay Weissberg (October 11, 2004). "Review: 'To Sleep Next To Her'". Variety . Retrieved 25 February 2014.