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L' ITALIANO

by Ennio De Dominicis

synopsis

August 1991. As post-Communist Albania starts falling apart, Giorgio seeks refuge in Italy. He and thousands of his fellow refugees are locked up in the football stadium in Bari for wont of a sufficiently large holding area. Giorgio escapes from the camp, steals a small boat and sets out in search of his grandfather who lives in Pietrecamela, a small village in the Abruzzi Mountains. Unfortunately his grandfather is dead.

original title: L' Italiano
country: Italy
sales agent: Sharada
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Ennio De Dominicis
film run: 88'
release date: IT 23/08/2002
screenplay: Ennio De Dominicis
cast: Mehmet Gunsur, Luca Lionello, Sonia Aquino, Francesco Carnelutti, Barbara Valmorin
cinematography by: Saverio Guarna
film editing: Babak Karimi
art director: Alfonso Rastelli
costumes designer: Alfonso Rastelli
producer: Andrea De Liberato
production: Poetiche Cinematografiche
distributor: Sharada
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