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by Abel Ferrara


A portrait of the city of Naples, but also and above all it is a lunge into its vital and brutal, passionate and cruel humankind. With the help of ex prisoner Gaetano Di Vaio, Abel Ferrara carried out a series of interviews with women held in the Pozzuoli female penitentiary. Struck by their statements, run through with bitterness and fatalism, he decided to graft their life stories onto three different narratives, with scripts written by Peppe Lanzetta, Maurizio Braucci and Gaetano Di Vaio.

original title: Napoli Napoli Napoli
country: Italy
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Abel Ferrara
film run: 102'
screenplay: Peppe Lanzetta, Maurizio Braucci, Gaetano Di Vaio
cast: Luca Lionello, Salvatore Ruocco, Ernesto Mahieux, Shanyn Leigh, Giuseppe Lanzetta
cinematography by: Alessandro Abate
producer: Gianluca Curti
production: Bronx Film S.r.l., Minerva Pictures Group, P.f.a. Films
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