Every Blessed Day

Synopsis: Guido and Antonia are a young couple with opposing characters and working schedules: he works a night job as a doorman in a hotel, and she works as an employee for a rental car service. This is the story of what happens to Guido and Antonia when they decide to have a child.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Paolo Virzì
Production: Motorino Amaranto
  8 wins & 9 nominations.
102 min


Good morning.

Did you take the opportunity

to enjoy our fresh delicacies?

Are you asking if we

took anything from the minibar?


Where did you learn this lovely

antiquated German? Guido?

Perhaps from "Liber Evangeliorum"

by Otfrid von Weissenburg.

Never mind.

If you didn't make use

of the minibar,

we wish you a pleasant journey.

- Thanks.

- You're welcome.


I caught you flirting

with those blondes!

Truth be told,

I was doing their checkout.

"Truth be told", get out of here!

- "Truth be told"! Who says that?

- Enjoy your shift, Rossella.

- Thanks, good night.

- Good night.

Hold on!

Open up, please? Thanks.

- Hey, Guido!

- Morning, Marcello.

Bed time?

Don't forget Sunday the 29th.

Patrizia told your lady already.

- Right.

- Go get some sleep.

Thursday, October 2nd,

St. Leodegar of Autun.

Bishop and martyr

under Theodoric the Third,

who battled Manichean heresy

but was tortured, blinded,

and killed.

Good morning.

- Me first!

- No, together! Wait for me.

Wait! Give me a kiss.

- I think I fucked up.

- Why? When?

My cousin called me yesterday

and being the dumb-ass that I am,

I told her that we were...

- That we're trying.

- Why are you a dumb-ass?

Because that moron

told my blockhead sister,

who told my idiotic mom,

who obviously told my half-wit dad.

Come on, they can't be that bad.

They're monsters who criticize us

for not being married.

- Then let's get married.

- You have no idea.

They'd expect

a "Godfather" style wedding.

- Cool!

- Hell no!

They take out a mortgage

to plan weddings there.

- They want to visit us now.

- I'll finally meet them!

No, please!

Out of the question.

Last time I visited,

I was arguing with my folks

the second I got there.

I hate that place,

I hate those people.

Here, I'll help you.

For f*ck's sake, I'm late!

- I'll take the scooter.

- No, it's too cold and dangerous.

You're such a drag.

Go to sleep, will you?

Piss off!

We're waiting for some personnel...

excuse me.

- Antonia...

- I'm here.

Can you make an effort

to be here on time, please?

Put on your ID card.

It's not my fault the bus

broke down.

And your scarf, thanks.

I'll put this over here,

with your lame bus excuse.

That dickhead

is always busting my balls.

Just take it easy.

Next, please?

Good morning.

Did you book? Name?

- Right on, Marcello!

- Sausages!

Here, Gorilla!

You need to grow. You don't,

or your wheelchair will break.

Quit eating.

Are we opening up the gifts?

Look at all this!

Who is this from?

- Us, just a little gift.

- How sweet, thanks.

Isn't this great?

Picture cards too'?

Say thanks to Antonia and Guido.


Hold on sweetie, open the next gift.

What's in here?

It's from me, grandma Lucia,

and aunt Sabrina.


Aunt Sabrina is here,

let's open it up now.

No way, I don't believe it!


This is like amazing,

you shouldn't have!

It's got her name on it.

Damn you're dense,

this isn't how it's spelled!

On her birth certificate

it says Miscl Caiozzi.

Your son messed up at town hall.

- It's with a "ch", you imbecile!

- Hell no...

- Show them what it says here!

- Not again, stop!


Who's this Michele guy, my cousin?

It's with "sch",

like that Mischelle Hunziker.

I give up, you're so ignorant.

- Hungry, guys? Want more food?

- No, thanks.

You sure? - Grab the guitar

and sing us a song.

We hear you singing all the time,

you've got a great voice.

Sorry, hope I didn't disturb you...

No, you've got a great voice!

Whose songs are they?

I think I know,

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Paolo Virzì

Paolo Virzì (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpaːolo virˈdzi]; born March 4, 1964) is an Italian film director, writer and producer. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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