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We Are Who We Are

Country: Italy | USA, Language: English | Italian, 60 mins

  • Director: Luca Guadagnino
  • Writer: Luca Guadagnino; Sean Conway; Paolo Giordano; Francesca Manieri
  • Producer: Nick Hall

CGiii Comment

Watched the first episode...seriously, there is nothing [absolutely nothing] to make us watch the second.

What a thoroughly horrible kid!

This is either genius...or, an anti-American assault! And, it has got to be said...not a particularly blistering advertisement for same-sex parenting! She's a lousy 'mom'. Bugger it...all parenting on display is...crap!

Okay...so...we watched episode 2...there's less of the horrid kid...but, the menstruation and male posturing..it's - for want of a more ridiculous word: Off-putting!

But... one thing is sure...Luca Guadagnino needs to control and oversee his second unit directors...because, the extras [aka background artists] are [utterly] terrible.

These kids all seem to get unbridled access to alcohol...WTF is going on!?!?

On a brighter note...[some of] the music is outrageous!

Will we watch episode 3...of course!


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The(ir) Blurb...

We Are Who We Are is a new coming-of-age story from Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name) about two American teenagers who live on an American military base with their parents in Italy. The series explores typical teenage drama themes including friendship, love and overall confusion - only in this little slice of America in Italy.

Cast & Characters

Faith Alabi as Jenny
Beatrice Barichella as Valentina
Vittoria Bottin as Sole
Alice Braga as Maggie
Kid Cudi as Richard Harper
Jack Dylan Grazer as Fraser Wilson
Corey Knight as Craig
Benjamin L. Taylor II as Sam
Tom Mercier as Jonathan
Spence Moore II as Danny Harper
Sebastiano Pigazzi as Enrico
Francesca Scorsese as Britney
Jordan Kristine Seamon as Caitlin Harper
Chloë Sevigny as Sarah