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HOLY MONEY

by Maxime Alexandre

synopsis

Anthony, an Englishman who is ashamed of his Italian background, learns that his friend Dario, who died in suspicious circumstances, left him a vineyard in Italy. Immediately he is approached by a wine specialist who wants to buy the land. Anthony leaves for Italy to see his legacy. He rents a room in the hotel of the beautiful Bianca. He doesn’t know what to do with the land, which doesn’t seem very profitable. He meets various people from the village, each with a special interest in the vineyard: the blind beggar, the neighbour, the ex-manager... Anthony decides to stay until after the procession (a religious tradition in the village) and then to go back to England. But then a miracle happens in the chapel on his land and this radically changes Anthony's plans. Suddenly, it becomes dangerous to be the owner of a vineyard ...

original title: Holy Money
country: Belgium, Italy
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Maxime Alexandre
screenplay: Maxime Alexandre, Philippa Goslett, M. Christine Vanden Eede
cast: Aaron Stanford, Valeria Solarino, Luca Angeletti, Joaquim de Almeida, Ben Gazzara, Karel Roden, Francesco Guzzo, Suzanne Bertish, Nicola Di Pinto
cinematography by: Maxime Alexandre
film editing: Yoohan Leyssens
art director: Cristina Pietropaolo
costumes designer: Jean Marc Mirete
music: Claude Samard
producer: Gauthier Broze, Inigo Lezzi
production: Moviestream Filmed Entertainment SA
backing: Tax Shelter
distributor: Kinepolis Film Distribution
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