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THE MAN WHO BOUGHT THE MOON

by Paolo Zucca

synopsis

The Italian intelligence agency obtains intelligence too hard to believe: An unidentified man living in Sardinia is the real owner of the moon. The news is instantly relayed to all intelligence agencies in the world, and with each government claiming that they have the rights to the moon, they decide to dispatch a Sardinia-born secret agent into the island. Though the agent really was born in Sardinia, he has since lost all characteristics of a Sardinian, and must get private lessons to learn what it is to be a Sardinian.

international title: The Man Who Bought The Moon
original title: L'uomo che comprò la luna
country: Italy, Albania, Argentina
sales agent: True Colours
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: Paolo Zucca
film run: 103'
screenplay: Paolo Zucca, Barbara Alberti, Geppi Cucciari
cast: Jacopo Cullin, Stefano Fresi, Francesco Pannofino, Benito Urgu, Lazar Ristovski, Ángela Molina
cinematography by: Ramiro Civita
film editing: Sarah McTeigue
art director: Alessandra Mura
costumes designer: Stefania Grilli
music: Andrea Guerra
producer: Amedeo Pagani, Francesca Cima, Nicola Giuliano, Daniel Burman, Genc Permeti
production: La Luna, Indigo Film, RAI Cinema, Ska-Ndal Production, Oficina Burman (AR)
backing: MiBAC (IT), INCAA (AR), Regione Autonoma della Sardegna (IT), Comune di Cagliari (IT), Fondazione Sardegna Film Commission (IT)
distributor: Lucky Red
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