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"Francesco Bruni's film between autobiography and fiction" - LA RIVISTA DEL CINEMATOGRAFO
PLOT: Bruno Salvati’s life is in on hold. His films have never been successful and his producer struggles to finance his next project. His wife Anna, from whom he recently separated, already seems to have found another partner. And Bruno also feels an imperfect father for his children Adele and Tito. One day Bruno discovers he has a form of leukemia. He immediately relies on a competent and tenacious hematologist, who guides him on a very tough path to survival. The first goal is to find a compatible stem cell donor: after a few failed attempts, Bruno begins to be seriously afraid. His father Umberto reveals a secret from his past which could give a new hope to the man.
CAST: Kim Rossi Stuart, Lorenza Indovina, Barbara Ronchi, Giuseppe Pambieri, Raffaella Lebboroni, Nicola Nocella, Fotinì Peluso, Tancredi Galli, Elettra Mallaby, Stefano Rossi Giordani, Ninni Bruschetta
YEAR: 2020
LENGTH: 101 min.
GENRE: Drama
RATING: USA: no rating

TIMES: February 20, 3:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time til 3:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on February 21
   

 
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DIRECTOR'S NOTES:     FB

Francesco Bruni, born in Rome, started his career as a screenwriter in 1991. In 2011, Bruni made his directorial debut with Scialla!, winning the David di Donatello and Nastro d’argento awards as Best New Director. He teaches screenwriting at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome.
Regarding his film, written while recovering from a bone marrow transplant, he stated: “I was hospitalized for a month then I spent a few weeks at home in an empty room, in plastic. I soon realized that I couldn't just put this thing in the film. I began to understand that I could write for the big screen if I distanced myself from the protagonist, creating characters other than those I had around me and a few more problems to resolve”.


DISTRIBUTOR:Vision Distribution, Piazza della Repubblica, 59, Rome