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Tony Nardi

Tony Nardi

Canadian actor
January 1, 1958 (66 years old)
Can. 2019. Dramatic comedy by Sean Cisterna with Joe Pantoliano, Paula Brancati, Marco Leonardi. A downtrodden man experiences an ethical crisis and travels back to his hometown in rural Italy to recalibrate his moral compass.
Runtime: 89 min.

Kiss Me Like a Lover

V.O.: Embrasse-moi comme tu m'aimes
Can. 2016. Dramatic comedy by André Forcier with Émile Schneider, Juliette Gosselin, Céline Bonnier. The son of a hatter, who dreams of going to fight the Nazis, gives up his project under pressure from his twin sister and falls in love with his best friend
Runtime: 106 min.
Can. 2014. History by Mathieu L. Denis with Anthony Therrien, Karelle Tremblay, Tony Nardi. In 1966, the son of an Italian from Town of Mount Royal joins the Front de lib
Runtime: 119 min.
Can. 2012. Dramatic comedy by Jerry Ciccoritti with Fab Filippo, Tony Nardi, Ron Lea. A Hollywood star visits his family and friends who have gathered for the occasion in a restaurant in Toronto's Italian neighbourhood where he grew up.
Can. 2011. Dramatic comedy by Mary McGuckian with Donald Sutherland, Larry Mullen Jr., Graham Greene. A thief, who has lost his nerve, comes to rob a bank in the provinces and is taken in by a retired professor of literature in search of excitement.
Runtime: 100 min.
Arg. 2011. Crime drama by Santiago Amigorena with Marie-Josée Croze, Ignacio Rogers, Benz Antoine. Following the murder of her husband and young son, a Canadian policewoman travels to Argentina to confront the culprit.
Runtime: 90 min.
Can. 2006. History by Gil Cardinal with Alex Rice, Tony Nardi, Gary Farmer. In the summer of 1990, Mohawks block a road and bridge to protest the City of Oka's decision to build a golf course on a sacred burial ground.
Runtime: 2 x 90 min
Can. 2004. History by Giles Walker with Tony Nardi, Marina Orsini, Gianpaolo Venuta. In 1939, the RCMP arrested hundreds of Italian-Canadian citizens who were held in camps until the end of the war.
Runtime: 177 min.
Can. 2000. Mores drama by Davor Marjanovic with Tony Nardi, Timothy Webber, Tygh Runyan. In Vancouver, two immigrant families, one Serbian, the other Muslim, live in very different worlds until one day fate brings them together.
Can. 1999. Crime drama by Randy Bradshaw with Tony Nardi, Michael Moriarty, Kenneth Welsh. A journalist uncovers a conspiracy within the police force that allows a serial killer to operate with impunity.
Can. 1999. Biography by Michel Poulette with Bruce Ramsay, Tony Nardi, Martin Landau. Back in his native Italy, an old mafioso recalls his long criminal career in New York.
Runtime: 170 min.
Can. 1998. Melodrama by Mary Jane Gomes with Tony Nardi, Maurina Gomes, Christopher Pinheiro. In the early 1930s in Trinidad, a winegrower becomes jealous of his the attention his cousin gives his wife.

Mr. Aiello

V.O.: La Déroute
Can. 1998. Psychological drama by Paul Tana with Tony Nardi, Michèle-Barbara Pelletier, John Dunn-Hill. An immigrant of Italian origin is confronted with his daughter's refusal to participate in the family business.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 1993. Psychological drama by Milan Cheylov with Albert Schultz, Tony Nardi, Bruno Gerussi. A somewhat deranged theatre janitor kidnaps a charming singer.

Bye Bye Love

V.O.: Les Amoureuses
Can. 1993. Sentimental drama by Johanne Prégent with Louise Portal, Léa-Marie Cantin, Kenneth Welsh. While her best friend has just fallen in love, a forty-year-old woman is experiencing hardships in her relationship.
Runtime: 99 min.

The Saracen

V.O.: La Sarrasine
Can. 1991. Social drama by Paul Tana with Enrica Maria Modugno, Tony Nardi, Jean Lapointe. In Montreal, in 1904, a tailor of Sicilian origin is sentenced to death for accidentally killing a French Canadian.
Runtime: 109 min.
Can. 1991. Mores comedy by Carlo Liconti with Tony Nardi, Joseph Dimambro, Janet-Laine Green. An Italian hairdresser who lives off six of his clients becomes embroiled in a series of misunderstandings when his young cousin and his wife visit him.
Runtime: 111 min.

An Imaginary Tale

V.O.: Une Histoire inventée
Can. 1990. Sentimental comedy by André Forcier with Jean Lapointe, Louise Marleau, Charlotte Laurier. A woman with multiple lovers and her daughter who has just come out of a relationship both pursue the same trumpet player.
Runtime: 91 min.

Meet Market

V.O.: Cruising Bar
Can. 1989. Satire by Robert Ménard with Michel Côté, Louise Marleau, Geneviève Rioux. Four men prepare themselves in different ways for the hunt for one-night stands in bars over the weekend.
Runtime: 96 min.
Can. 1988. Fantasy comedy by André Forcier with Rémy Girard, Marie Tifo, Tony Nardi. A sixty-year-old man who has never had an affair falls madly in love with a woman who appears to have a fishtail instead of legs.
Runtime: 84 min.

Caffè Italia

V.O.: Caffè Italia, Montréal
Can. 1985. Documentary by Paul Tana with Pierre Curzi, Tony Nardi, Aldo Nova. Kaleidoscope of the Italian experience in Quebec.
Runtime: 86 min.

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