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SAINT MARADONA (first feature)
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original title:
SANTA MARADONA
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presented by:
Roberto Buttafarro
producer:
production:
Rai Cinema, Harold, Mikado Film, Tele +, Film Commission Torino
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country:
Italy
year:
2001
film run:
96'
format:
35mm - colour
aspect ratio:
1:2.35
release date:
26/10/2001
festival & awards:
VALENCIA CINEMA JOVE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2005: Section: 20 años de cinema jove
BERLINALE 2003: Talent Campus
FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM D'AMOUR DE MONS 2003: Panorama: Italian Cinema
ANNECY CINEMA ITALIEN 2002: Panorama
DAVID DI DONATELLO 2002: Best first-time director, Best supporting actor (Libero De Rienzo)
INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ROTTERDAM 2002: Out of Competition
MAR DEL PLATA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2002: FiPRESCI Prize - Best Film
Best Actor(ex-aequo) Libero De Rienzo
MONTRÉAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL 2002: Cinéma du Monde
Andrea (Stefano Accorsi) is 27, a university graduate and a number of girlfriends. He is full of hope but doesn't have any real prospects of changing his life. He has two best friends, his flatmate, Bart (Libero Di Rienzo) a lazy but extremely streetwise good-for-nothing, and Lucia (Mandala Tayde), an Italo-Indian girl with a very complicated love life.
Andrea's life proceeds normally until he meets Dolores (Anita Caprioli) and they have a passionate affair that charges Andrea with the conviction that he can change his life. He realises that he can become an adult without necessarily losing the adolescent's love of life.
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