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Film italiani a Espoo Ciné

Data:

16/08/2013


Film italiani a Espoo Ciné

Giuseppe Tornatore

The Best Offer  (La migliore offerta)

 

Italy 2013In English with no subtitles128 minAge limit: K12

 

Geoffrey Rush brings striking depth of character to a classic Old World mystery. … Lonely, crabby aesthete Virgil Oldman (Rush) has spent a lifetime learning his trade: he can spot a Louis XIV at twenty paces and sell Galileo's personal telescope for millions in a few minutes on the auction floor. Claiming to "admire but fear women," he has never had a relationship in his life. Until, that is, he meets Claire Ibbotson (Sylvia Hoeks), heiress to a sprawling villa full of paintings and antiques. … Finally he becomes obsessed with seeing her at all costs, by any means possible.

- Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter

 

Director: Giuseppe TornatoreScreenplay: Giuseppe TornatoreCast: Geoffrey Rush, Jim Sturgess, Sylvia Hoeks, Donald SutherlandProduction: Isabella Cocuzza, Arturo Paglia / Paco Cinematografica Genre: Drama

Sun 18.8. at 14:30Espoo Cultural Centre, LouhisaliTue 20.8. at 19:00,  Sun 25.8. at 15:30Espoo Cultural Centre, Tapiola Hall

 

Marco Bellocchio

Dormant Beauty  (Bella addormentata)

 

Italy, France 2012In Italian with English subtitles115 minAge limit: K12

 

With typical intelligence and complexity, director Marco Bellocchio weaves three stories around the politically hot topic of euthanasia, turning a real-life Italian national drama into engrossing narrative for sophisticated audiences. Refusing to offer easy answers or perspectives, Dormant Beauty is directed in such a way it doesn't need to take a clear-cut position on the question, because like all the director's work it has no concern with convincing people of anything, but a great deal of interest in illuminating contemporary Italian society.

- Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter

 

Director: Marco BellocchioScreenplay: Marco Bellocchio, Veronica Raimo & Stefano RulliCast: Toni Servillo, Isabelle Huppert, Alba Rohrwacher, Michèle Riondino, Maya SansaProduction: Riccardo Tozzi, Giovanni Stabilini, Macro Chimenz / Cattleya & Rai Cinema

Genre: Drama

 

Mon 19.8. at 16:30

Espoo Cultural Centre, Tapiola Hall

 

Sat 24.8. at 19:00

Bio Rex Sello 4

 

 

Giuseppe Bonito

Pulce Is Not Here  (Pulce non c'è)

 

Italy 2012In Italian with English subtitles97 minAge limit: K12

 

Pulce is nine years old, has bright eyes filled with wonder, and listens only to tango. She does not speak because she is autistic, but this does not mean that she has nothing to say. One day, like any other, she is taken away from the family without much explanation... Through the vital, candid gaze of Pulce's teenage sister, Giovanna, we are led into the everyday lives of an abnormal family... We learn their special language created to reach out to someone who speaks only in images. We are plunged into a family's chaos that is yet so filled with urgency and love.

- Production Notes

 

Director: Giuseppe BonitoScreenplay: Monica Zapelli, based on the novel by Gaia RaynerCast: Pippo Delbono, Marina Massironi, Piera Degli Esposti, Rosanna Gentili, Anna FerruzzoProduction: Marco Donati / Overlook Production

Genre: Social family drama

 

Fri 16.8. at 17:00, Sun 25.8. at 18:15Kino Tapiola

 

 

 

Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio Piazza

Salvo

 

Italy, France 2013In Italian with English subtitles108 minAge limit: K16

 

A Sicilian hit man sets out to kill a man and then claps eyes on his target's blind young sister in Salvo, the moody and extremely sensorial debut of scribe-helmers Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza.

- Boyd van Hoeij, Variety...there's no denying the sheer aesthetic talent on display here, and beyond all the shootouts and genre tropes, Salvo manages to distill an authentically unsettling atmosphere that speaks volumes about the state of modern-day Sicily.

- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood ReporterA fascinating, Italian film noir, immaculately made...

- Camillo de Marco, Cine Europa

Director: Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio PiazzaScreenplay: Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio PiazzaCast: Saleh Bakri, Sara Serraiocco, Luigi Lo Cascio, Mario PupellaProduction: Massimo Cristaldi & Fabrizio Mosca / Acaba Produzioni, Cristaldi Pictures

Genre: Drama

 

 

Sat 17.8. at 19:00 I registi Fabio Grassadonia e Antonio Piazza presenti alla proiezioneKino Tapiola

 

Sun 18.8. at 17:00 I registi Fabio Grassadonia e Antonio Piazza presenti alla proiezione Espoo Cultural Centre, Louhisali

 

Roberto Andò

Viva la libertà

 

In Viva la libertà by Roberto Andò, the versatile Neapolitan actor [Toni Servillo] plays two roles: one as Enrico Oliveri, a politician, head of the opposition party, going through a crisis, with a diminishing popularity rate ahead of elections, and Giovanni Ernani, his twin brother, a philosopher, who has just come out of a psychiatric clinic: bipolar and brilliant.Striking a delicate balance between being light and grave, the film, based on a novel by the director himself (Il trono vuoto dello stesso) tells the story of escape.

- Vittoria Scarpa, Cine Europa

 

Director: Roberto AndòScreenplay: Roberto Andò & Angelo Pasquini, based on the novel by Roberto AndòCast: Toni Servillo, Valerio Mastrandrea, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Michela Cescon, Anna BonaiutoProduction: Angelo Barbagallo / BiBi Film, Rai Cinema

Genre: Drama

 

 

Sun 18.8. at 13:00

Kino Tapiola

 

Sat 24.8. at 15:00

Bio Rex Sello 4

Informazioni

Data: da Ven 16 Ago 2013 a Dom 25 Ago 2013

Ingresso : Libero


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