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A visit from a distant relative teaches a modern family about old-fashioned values in this family drama. Robert Micelli Joe Mantegna and his wife Marie Anne Archer are a couple living in Chicago with their two children, 15-year-old Bobby Trevor Morgan and 12-year-old Gina Gina Mantegna. The Micelli Family is not as close as it once was; Robert is busy with work as he tries to earn a promotion, Marie has given up on cooking as a hobby, Bobby has started a rock & roll band with his friends and prefers to hang ...
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Overview

A visit from a distant relative teaches a modern family about old-fashioned values in this family drama. Robert Micelli Joe Mantegna and his wife Marie Anne Archer are a couple living in Chicago with their two children, 15-year-old Bobby Trevor Morgan and 12-year-old Gina Gina Mantegna. The Micelli Family is not as close as it once was; Robert is busy with work as he tries to earn a promotion, Marie has given up on cooking as a hobby, Bobby has started a rock & roll band with his friends and prefers to hang out with them, and Gina wants both a puppy and more attention from her dad. One day, Robert's elderly Uncle Nino Pierrino Mascarino arrives for a visit from Italy -- much to the surprise of the family, since Gina misplaced the letter Nino sent to announce his impending arrival. It doesn't take long for Nino to see that he's staying with an unhappy family, and he reaches out to them, reintroducing Marie to her love of good food, teaching Bobby about music, and teaching Gina about caring for pets and enjoying life; however, convincing Robert to spend more time with his family and less time worrying about work turns out to be a tough sell. Uncle Nino initially failed to find a distributor until the film's producers booked it into a theater in Grand Rapids, MI, where the film became a surprise hit playing to steady crowds for over a year.
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Special Features

Interview with Joe Mantegna and his daughter Gina Mantegna. Joe explores his Italian heritage and the importance of family. Joe and Gina share their thoughts on this poignant film and working together for the first time.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2010
  • UPC: 033937039348
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Questar
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joe Mantegna Robert Micelli
Anne Archer Marie Micelli
Pierrino Mascarino Nino Micelli
Trevor Morgan Bobby Micelli
Gina Mantegna Gina Micelli
Duke Doyle Bones
Daniel Adebayo Joey
Technical Credits
Robert Shallcross Director, Screenwriter
Ginger Cavalier Costumes/Costume Designer
Hugo Cortina Cinematographer
David James Producer
Larry Pecorella Score Composer
Daniel Schalk Editor
Barney Visser Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Uncle Nino
1. Troubles at Home [:30]
2. "Beautiful America" [12:02]
3. Life Out of Balance [9:57]
4. Fiddling in the Morning [5:18]
5. Uncle Nino Settles In [5:49]
6. Bonding Through Music [8:42]
7. Nino Joins the Band [9:06]
8. Planting a Garden [9:48]
9. Nino's Secret [12:34]
10. Appreciation [6:47]
11. Coming Together [7:18]
12. One Year Later [9:20]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Uncle Nino
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   Bonus Feature
      Interview With Joe Mantegna & Gina Mantegna
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great family movie.

    More families should watch this film together and then discuss it. There are too many disfunctional families out there and it was so heart warming to see Uncle Nino in action.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 22, 2010

    Inspiring Family Film

    This is a great story about an estranged Italian Uncle who helps to bring his American nephew and his family back together, and thereby realize what's mosst important in life's journey. The actors are wonderful, especially Perrino Mascarino as Uncle Nino. Beautiful message in our hectic world!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A must see movie!! Especially for families with teenagers.

    Definately a must see movie. This movie encourages young people to see there elders in a whole new way. Showing that older people have a lot to offer if the young are willing to stop and take a minute to listen to them. This movie will make you laugh, cry and feel good. Teaches the old saying "Don't judge a book by it's cover"...I loved it, my family loved it, my friends loved it....Please make a point of seeing this movie... Everyone needs and Uncle Nino to open their eyes and to see what is really important in life!!!!!!!!

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    Posted September 7, 2009

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