What does the phrase I thought it was love mean instead it was a gig?
to best explain the disappointment of something whose expectations have not been met, any other object, a chair or a table, could be used, which is opposed as a material object to the spiritual love that no longer exists.
Massimo Troisi When asked about the meaning of the title of I thought it was love ... instead it was a gig, Massimo Troisi replied by saying: "I don't know, I chose it that way, because it sounded good".
When it is no longer love but 'buggy', you need to have the courage of the end, slowly, gently, without hurting… it takes the same commitment and the same intensity as at the beginning.
The shooting of I thought it was love… instead it was a gig started on July 15, 1991 and lasted a total of nine weeks. The film was mainly shot in Naples, except for the final scene which was filmed at the Bar Meridiana in Rome.
calèsso) sm [from the Bohemian kolesa, through the ted. ... - A kind of two-wheeled car, which can be equipped with bellows, and is mostly pulled by a single horse: I ordered a gig for my sister and me, and a horse for my waiter (Goldoni) ; there was a c.
calèche]. - A kind of two-wheeled carriage, which can be equipped with bellows, and is mostly pulled by a single horse: I ordered a gig for my sister and me, and a horse for my waiter (Goldoni); there was a c. of those then very fashionable, yellow, with high and thin wheels (Cicognani). Dim.
cocchière sm [der. of chariot]. - 1. Who drives a horse-drawn carriage for a living, whether in public service or privately owned (especially in the past, when the master carriages and luxury and parade chariots were still in use).
The plot of the film Sorry for the delay In the film Sorry for the delay, Massimo plays the character of Vincenzo, a boy who is somewhat reminiscent of Gaetano, the protagonist of Ricomincio da tre. ... The film Sorry I'm late ends with Vincenzo's prayer to the girl: "STAY!".
In ancient times, the charioteer was the one who drove the war chariot and participated in chariot races in the agons of ancient Greece. In ancient Rome, charioteers drove chariots in circus games.
The coachman is a man who drives a horse-drawn vehicle, built to carry multiple passengers or mail.