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IN FABBRICA

by Francesca Comencini

synopsis

This film isn’t about the history of Italian industry, its economic progress, its delays or its missed opportunities. It’s about the reality behind it. It’s a story of faces, workers’ faces, a portrait of the people who have populated and still populate Italian factories. It’s a tribute to their work, their gestures, their professionalism. It’s a mosaic of voices and dialects that ranges from southern to northern Italy, from large factories to small ones, and it tries to create an image of Italy.

original title: In fabbrica
country: Italy
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Francesca Comencini
film run: 73'
screenplay: Michele Astori, Francesca Comencini
cinematography by: Valerio Azzali
film editing: Massimo Fiocchi
music: Edoardo Vianello, Ida Kelarova, Chat Noir
producer: Mario Gianani
production: RAI Cinema, Offside
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