Tutta colpa di Freud

Tutta colpa di Freud (Italian for "All Freud’s Fault") is a 2014 Italian comedy film written and directed by Paolo Genovese.[1]

Tutta colpa di Freud
Directed byPaolo Genovese
StarringMarco Giallini
Anna Foglietta
Maurizio Mattioli
Edoardo Leo
Music byMaurizio Filardo
CinematographyFabrizio Lucci
Edited byConsuelo Catucci
Distributed byMudusa Film
Release date
  • 2014 (2014)
Running time
120 min
152 min (director's cut)

It was a box office hit, grossing over 8 million euros.[2] The theme song "Tutta colpa di Freud" by Daniele Silvestri won the Ciak d'oro for best original song.[3]


Francesco is a psychologist who loves the theories of Sigmund Freud, who finds himself alone with three daughters: Martha, Sarah, and Emma. Francesco, who is an expert analysis of sex, begins to hate Freud, because it turns out that the daughters have problems: one is a lesbian, another still loves an old man over thirty years older than her, while the last is closed in on herself.



  1. Chiara Ugolini (20 January 2014). "Marco Giallini, l'uomo che amava le donne. È "Tutta colpa di Freud"". La Repubblica. Retrieved 8 February 2015.
  2. "Maleficent il film più visto del 2014". Il Centro. 29 December 2014. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  3. "Sorrentino trionfa ai Ciak d'oro. La regia a Paolo Virzì". La Repubblica. 12 June 2014. Retrieved 8 February 2015.

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