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by Isotta Toso


Piazza Vittorio is situated in the heart of Rome's historic Esquilino neighbourhood, the bourgeoisie residence of bureaucracy in the late 19 th century. Surrounded by tourists and the bustle of everyday life, its proximity to the city's main train station has, like in cities the world over, turned it into a place of arrival, as well as ethnic and cultural stratification over the years. In one of its old Umbertine buildings unfold the lives of a mixed group of roommates, a small multi-ethnic crowd of various cultures, origins, religions and lifestyles.

original title: Scontro di Civiltà per un Ascensore a Piazza Vittorio
country: Italy
sales agent: Intramovies
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Isotta Toso
film run: 96'
release date: IT 14/05/2010
cast: Kasia Smutniak, Daniele Liotti, Serra Yilmaz, Ahmed Hafiene, Marco Rossetti, Kesia Elwin, Luigi Diberti, Roberto Citran, Francesco Pannofino, Ninetto Davoli
cinematography by: Fabio Zamarion
film editing: Patrizio Marone
art director: Anna Forletta
costumes designer: Eva Coen
music: Gabriele Coen, Mario Rivera
producer: Maura Vespini, Sandro Silvestri
production: Emme Cinema & TV, RAI Cinema
distributor: Bolero Film
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