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Un Certain Regard

LA MEGLIO GIOVENTU

Directed by : Marco Tullio GIORDANA

Country : ITALY Length : 366 minutes

Un Certain Regard Prize - Groupama Gan Foundation for Cinema , 2003

Synopsis

"La Meglio Gioventù" tells the story of an Italian family from the late sixties to the present day. It focuses on two brothers, Nicola and Matteo. They share the same hopes, the same dreams, they enjoy the same books and friends, until an encounter with a disturbed young woman, Giorgia, decides the fate of both of them. Nicola decides to become a psychiatrist, Matteo abandons his studies to become a policeman. "La Meglio Gioventù" is the title of a collection of Friulan poetry by Pasolini; it is also the title of an old song sung by the Alpini. It is a broad fresco of a generation with its contradictions, its sometimes ingenuous, sometimes violent anger, speaking up for itself, albeit in a voice that is sometimes off-key – a generation that has tried not to become resigned to the world as

Credits

Marco Tullio GIORDANA - Director

Sandro PETRAGLIA - Script / Dialogue

Stefano RULLI - Script / Dialogue

Roberto FORZA - Cinematography

Roberto MISSIROLI - Film Editor

Franco CERAOLO - Set decorator

Casting

Luigi Lo CASCIO - Nicola

Alessio BONI - Matteo

Adriana ASTI - Adriana

Sonia BERGAMASCO - Giulia

Fabrizio GIFUNI - Carlo

Maya SANSA - Mirella

Jasmine TRINCA - Giorgia

Contacts

Production

BIBI FILM TV - Via di San Saba, 22 00153 Rome 00191 Roma ITALY - T: 39 06 5744 723 - F: 39 06 5740 483

French press

NON RENSEIGNÉ - T: 33 (0)1 47 38 14 02 - Laurence Granec & KARINE MENARD - lgranec@club-internet.fr

International press

NON RENSEIGNÉ - T: 33 (0)1 47 38 14 02 - Laurence Granec & KARINE MENARD

International sales

RAI TRADE - T: 39 06 37 49 81

Un Certain Regard Released on Marco Tullio GIORDANA

LA MEGLIO GIOVENTU

"La Meglio Gioventù" tells the story of an Italian family from the late sixties to the present day. It focuses on two brothers, Nicola and Matteo. The...
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