Cinema, the director Alessandro D’Alatri died: he was 68 years old

He had directed ‘Il commissario Ricciardi’, ‘I bastardi di Pizzofalcone’ and ‘A professor’. Gassman; “Sweet, generous person and fantastic workmate”

The director Alessandro D’Alatri died in the night. He was 68 years old. The specialized journalist Sergio Fabi reports it on social media. “A great professional Alessandro D’Alatri has passed away”, writes the reporter. The causes of the death of the Roman director and screenwriter, who directed, among others, ‘Il commissario Ricciardi’ and ‘A professor’, are not yet known.

Among the first comments that of the actor Paul Ruffini: “A wonderful person,” he recalls. Many well-known faces from the show join the memory of the Roman director. “I can’t believe it,” she writes Paola Minaccioni.

“Alessandro was a great director, a man of culture, a sweet, generous person, discoverer of talents and a fantastic workmate. Moreover, we are both called Alessandro and we were born on the same day, February 24, albeit in different years”, a tell Adnkronos is Alessandro Gasmann, which thus comments on the death of the Roman director and screenwriter Alessandro D’Alatri, who died in the night at the age of 68. Gassmann, who has worked on several occasions with D’Alatri, expresses his condolences and recalls their collaboration: “With him ‘I bastardi di Pizzofalcone’ and ‘Un Professore’, both great successes. We are now shooting the second with Alessandro Casale series and I would like it to be dedicated to D’Alatri, who will be missed by all of us, and to whom we owe so much”. Then he concludes with emotion: “I lose a true friend”.