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CAPRI-REVOLUTION

by Mario Martone

synopsis

The year 1914, and Italy is about to go to war. A commune of North Europeans has found on Capri the ideal place to live their lives and practise their art. But the island has its own powerful identity, in the person of a young woman, a goatherd named Lucia (Marianna Fontana). The film describes the encounter between Lucia, the commune, headed by Seybu (Reinout Scholten van Aschat), and the young village doctor (Antonio Folletto). And it describes a unique island, whose Dolomite cliffs plunge into the waters of the Mediterranean, and which at the start of the 20th century acted like a magnet for all those driven by ideals of liberty and progress, such as the Russians whom Maxim Gorky, in exile on Capri, was preparing for the revolution.

international title: Capri-Revolution
original title: Capri-Revolution
working title: Capri Battery
country: Italy, France
sales agent: Pathé International
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Mario Martone
film run: 122'
release date: IT 20/12/2018, FR 16/01/2019
screenplay: Mario Martone, Ippolita Di Majo
cast: Marianna Fontana, Reinout Scholten Van Aschat, Antonio Folletto, Jenna Thiam, Lola Klamroth, Ludovico Girardello, Gianluca Di Gennaro, Maximilian Dirr, Donatella Finocchiaro, Eduardo Scarpetta
cinematography by: Michele D'Attanasio
film editing: Jacopo Quadri, Natalie Cristiani
art director: Giancarlo Muselli
costumes designer: Ursula Patzak
music: Sascha Ring
producer: Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, Jérôme Seydoux, Ardavan Safaee, Muriel Sauzay
production: Indigo Film, Pathé Pictures, RAI Cinema
distributor: 01 Distribution, Pathé Distribution
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