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Tutto il mio folle amore

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Director:
Gabriele Salvatores
Production:
Indiana Production (Marco Cohen, Benedetto Habib, Fabrizio Donvito), Rai Cinema, EDI Effetti Digitali Italiani (Francesco Grisi, Niccolo Ballarati)
Running Time:
97’
Language:
Italian
Country:
Italy
Year:
2019
Main Cast:
Claudio Santamaria, Valeria Golino, Diego Abatantuono, Giulio Pranno
Screenplay:
Umberto Contarello, Sara Mosetti, Gabriele Salvatores
Cinematographer:
Italo Petriccione
Editor:
Massimo Fiocchi
Production Designer:
Rita Rabassini
Costume Designer:
Patrizia Chericoni
Music:
Mauro Pagani
Sound:
Gilberto Martinelli

Synopsis

Sixteen years have passed since the day Vincent was born and those sixteen years have not been easy for anyone. Not for Vincent, immersed in a world of his own, nor for his mother Elena and her partner Mario, who adopted him.
Willi, who wanted to be a singer, is the biological father of the boy. One night, out of the blue, he finally works up the courage to go and meet that son that he has never seen before discovering that Vincent wasn’t anything like he had imagined. He doesn’t know, cannot know, how that small gesture of responsibility is only the beginning of a great adventure, one that would bring father and son together, allowing them to get to know and love each other on a journey in which they will have the opportunity to discover themselves, unconventionally, in an instinctive manner. And also Elena and Mario, who have set off in pursuit of their son, will be able to tell each other things that, perhaps, had never been said.
“Now I understand what you tried to say to me and how you suffered for your sanity. [...] But I could have told you Vincent, this world was never meant for one as beautiful as you.” (Don McLean, Vincent).

Director’s Statement

The journey, the music, the nameless roads where emotions and feelings find room to fly. Rock and roll, in short! On the road once again, where I sometimes need to return.
Like the Pied Piper or a Shakespearian fool, a sixteen years old boy drags behind him, over the deserted street, the three most important adults in his life. And he forces them to deal with themselves and with the love that each of them has managed to preserve within himself or herself. Seen up close, no one is normal. And you can discover that it is possible to be able to love even those who are different from us. As long as we do not fear this diversity.

Producers/Distributors

PRODUCTION 1: Marco Cohen, Benedetto Habib, Fabrizio Donvito – Indiana Production
Via Edmondo de Amicis 53
20123 – Milano, Italy
Tel. 02 868 944 70
g.benatoff@indianaproduction.com
http://www.indianaproduction.com

PRODUCTION 2: Rai Cinema
piazza Adriana 12
00193 – Roma, Italy
Tel. 0633179601
bianca.giordano@raicinema.it
http://www.rai.it/raicinema/

PRODUCTION 3: Francesco Grisi, Niccolò Ballarati - EDI Effetti Digitali Italiani
Via Giovanni Battista Bertini, 11
20154 – Milano, Italy
Tel. 02 2906 1316
giorgia.priolo@effettidigitali.it
https://www.effettidigitali.it/it/

WORLD SALES: Cavaliere Cristina – Rai Com
Via Umberto Novaro 18
00195 – Roma, Italy
Tel. 06 33170080
cristina.cavaliere@rai.it
http://www.raicom.rai.it/

ITALIAN DISTRIBUTION: 01 distribution
piazza Adriana 12
00193 – Roma, Italy
Tel. 06 331 79 414
tatiana.mazzitelli@raicinema.it

ITALIAN PRESS OFFICE: Patrizia Wachter – Studio Sottotono
c/o ANTEO Palazzo del Cinema, Via Milazzo 9
20121 – Milano, Italy
Tel. 02 36523631
Mob. 3482283044
patriziawachter@hotmail.com

PRESS OFFICE: Geneviève Rabe
Via Umberto Novaro 18
00195 – Roma, Italy
Tel. +33(0)648877729
Mob. +39 3356944601
genevieve@genevieverabe.com


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