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OCCIDENTE

by Corso Salani

synopsis

Malvina Munteanu is a girl from Bucharest who lives at Aviano, the small town in Friuli where there is an important US Base. She has a regular work permit, works as waitress in a restaurant for American soldiers and during her free time she attends a nursing course.
Her life resembles that of any immigrant woman in Italy. However, she has an intense experience in her past that has still a strong hold on her. In 1989, she participated, holding a gun, in the Rumanian Revolution that defeated Ceausescu.

original title: Occidente
country: Italy
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Corso Salani
film run: 95'
release date: IT 19/12/2000
screenplay: Corso Salani, Monica Rametta
cast: Corso Salani, Agnieszka Czekanska, Gianluca Arcopinto, Fabio Sabbioni, Monica Rametta
cinematography by: Fabio Zamarion
film editing: Luca Benedetti
art director: Valentina Scalia
costumes designer: Valentina Scalia
producer: Gianluca Arcopinto
production: Axelotil
distributor: Pablo c/o Axelotil film
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