May 24, 2022

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Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi in the first trailer for the movie based on Premio Strega’s novel

The film directed by Belgians Felix van Groningen and Charlotte Vandermerch, The Eight Mountains, is based on the best-selling novel by 2017 Strega Prize winner Paolo Cognetti, starring Luca Marinelli and Alessandro Borghi, and will be presented in competition at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival: Announcement Official teaser and movie poster.

Seven years after Claudio Caligari’s Don’t Be Bad, Luca Marinelli And Alessandro Borghi Back together on the big screen. The two actors, along with Filippo Timi, Elena Leite and Elisabetta Mazzolo, are the protagonists. eight mountainsThe film was directed by Belgian directors Felix van Groningen and Charlotte VandermerchThe bestselling novel of the same name by Paolo Cognetti Published in Italy by Giulio Einaudi Editori and award-winning Strega Award in 2017.
Which movie will he be in? competition for Cannes Film Festival 2022just got First official trailer:

eight mountains Produced by Mario Gianani and Lorenzo Gangarossa for Wildside, a subsidiary of the Fremantle Group, along with Rufus, Menuetto, Pyramid Production and Vision Distribution, and It will be shown in Italian cinemas distributed by Vision.

The Eight Mountains: Official Plot and Movie Poster

The eight mountains tell a story of friendship. A friendship born between two children who, after becoming men, try to distance themselves from the path their parents took, but because of the ups and downs they face, they always end up going home. Petro City Boy, Bruno is the last kid in a remote mountain village. Over the years, Bruno has remained loyal to his mountains, while Pietro is the one who comes and goes. Their meeting will lead them to experience love and loss, returning both to their origins and fulfilling their destinies, as the two discover what it means to be friends forever.