Roberto Bentivegna

screenwriter, “House of Gucci”

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Press Play speaks to the screenwriter of “House of Gucci,” a new film about the backstabbing and murderous family behind the iconic fashion brand.

‘House of Gucci’: New film shows family betrayal, vengeance, and murder behind the iconic fashion brand

Press Play speaks to the screenwriter of “House of Gucci,” a new film about the backstabbing and murderous family behind the iconic fashion brand.

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