After an impassioned debut with Diabolik, a post-movie encounter with Marco and Antonio Manettihilarious Valerio Masandrea, Carlo Macquitella and Pier Giorgio BellocchioPopBio Film Festival continues tonight, Sunday 31st July with a screening at 9.15pm of the latest works Roberto’s goldThe Hidden Child, taken from a book of the same name by Ando himself, presented last year out of competition at the Venice International Film Festival: A Dazzling Encounter, a story of initiation and parenting, has an illuminating look at two unforgettable characters, a piano teacher and a child.
Under the eyes of the mild-mannered Neapolitan music teacher Gabriel Santoro (Silvio Orlando, winner of the Silver Ribbon as Best Actor), the powerful Camorra clan operates undisturbed in a neighborhood where the law of crime prevails. But this bad habit of administering justice suffers a setback when a teen and his partner kidnap the wrong person to escape the clan’s condemnation and take refuge in the home of a professor who agrees to hide and take risks with him. his life to protect him. Together they build a relationship similar to that between a parent and child.
Roberto Ando was born in Palermo in 1959. Director of the theater for prose, opera and cinema, among his important award-winning films, there are under a pseudonym with Daniel O’Tewel, Le Confessioni with Toni Servillo and Pierfrancesco Favino, the name Una storia senza with Michaela Ramazzotti and Laura Morante. From his novel The Empty Throne, the 2012 Campiello Opera Prima winner made Viva la Libertà with Toni Servillo and Valerio Mastrandrea.
At the end of the film, Andò will entertain the audience at the awaited moment of the evening get-together – the showdown after the show, moderated by the film critic each evening Enrico Magrelli. At the end of the evening, the artist will receive an original lithograph made in a limited edition starting with a drawing by Marco Bellocchio on Out of the Night.
Tomorrow, Monday, August 1, the protagonist Leonardo de Costanzo After dropping Ariafirma.
The Bobbio Film Festival, run by a commission formed by its founder Marco Bellocchio, originally from the village of Emilian, by Pier Giorgio Bellocchio and Paola Pedrazzini, is rooted in the now-historic artistic planning of the Fare Cinema Foundation, in cooperation with the municipality of Bobbio (which will grant honorary citizenship to Marco Bellocchio during the festival ) with the support of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the Region of Emilia-Romagna and above all the Piacenza and Vigevano Foundation, a fact in which the Fare Cinema has established an important institution in synergy with the newborn Bottega XNL in the heart of Piacenza.
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