God Save the Queen

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original title:

DIO SALVI LA REGINA

cast:

Sibilla Barbieri, Igor Mattei, Mariano Rigillo, Babak Karimi, Francesca Palmas, Silvia Mazzotta, Paola Migneco, Ana Brigitte Fernandez, Francesco Falabella, Raffaella D'Avella, Filippo Gili, Elio Crifò, Anna Teresa Eugeni, Jun Ichikawa, Vittorio Allegra, Ella Gorini, Maria Irma Reyas, Marta Jacopini, Elena Baroglio, Alberto Caneva, Vittorio Ciardo, Jessica Cortini, Graziano Graziani

screenplay:

cinematography:

editing:

Ermete Ricci

set design:

Monica Raponi

costume design:

Monica Raponi

production:

country:

Italy

year:

2019

film run:

96'

format:

colour

status:

Ready (16/07/2019)

Diana, mother and family doctor, is an ordinary woman with an ordinary life that decides to go down the path of social insubordination through a poetic act, declaring her home completely independent from the Italian State. She is driven by the hope to save her “people”. Every participant – her family and the friends that come uninvited every day to her house– will be constrained by this unusual choice and will be thereby propelled towards a new way of relating to others, daily. They’ll have to face major issues like: language selection, the principles that underlie our laws, the rules that create a social tissue, the philosophy to educate our children and future citizens but, most of all, they’ll have to face the responsibility that comes from exercising a power. “God save the Queen” is a sprightly and happily ironic comedy, that focus on small things to talk about major facts: it pays attention to a significant and rather actual theme, in a very gentle way, reminding us that after all, people are a big family, in the end.