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Giovanna Mezzogiorno returns on set with Vicentini Orgnani’s Vinodentro

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- Shooting on the new film from the director of Ilaria Alpi - Il più crudele dei giorni will start in August/September in Trentino. Cast includes Serbedzija and Tschirner

Giovanna Mezzogiorno returns on set with Vicentini Orgnani’s  Vinodentro

After a break of two and a half years, Giovanna Mezzogiorno returns to the set in a film part noir part comedy, set in the world of wine: Vinodentro, directed by Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani. Shooting on the new feature film from the director of Ilaria Alpi - Il più crudele dei giorni - an Italian-German co-production between Sandro Frezza and Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani’s Alba Produzioni and Cine Plus in collaboration with Trentino Marketing and the Trentino Film Commission – will start towards August/September in Trentino.

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Alongside Mezzogiorno (Vincere [+see also:
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, Basilicata coast to coast [+see also:
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), will be Vincenzo Amato (Respiro [+see also:
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, Nuovomondo [+see also:
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), Croatia’s Rade Serbedzija (Before the Rain, I am Li [+see also:
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) and Germany’s Nora Tschirner (Rabbit without Ears, Bon Appètit). The screenplay, written by the director and Heidrun Schleef (whose screenplays include The Son’s Room [+see also:
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and Remember Me, my Love [+see also:
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) is loosely inspired on the homonymous novel by Fabio Marcotto, and tells the story of Giovanni Cuttin, the most important and respected Italian wine-writer, chief editor of Baccus, the sector’s most prestigious monthly.

His life is divided between public tastings, conferences and presentations of his autobiographical book. One day, he meets a mysterious and very beautiful woman who will lure him into a whirlwind with no exit, with a re-flourishing enigmatic past, Marzemino chalices and echoes of Mozart’s Don Giovanni. The original score will be written by the trumpeter Paolo Fresu.

(Translated from Italian)

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