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LE OMBRE ROSSE

by Francesco Maselli

synopsis

A world-renowned intellectual is invited to the social centre “Change the World" et set up in a derelict old local cinema in Rome. The man is profoundly impressed by the turmoil and life that animate this place. A revolutionary idea originates by chance during an interview transmitted on “Street TV”. These juvenile venues, which are so full of life, could develop into socially and culturally innovative situations. The idea is greeted with general enthusiasm and becomes a project that receives a great amount of publicity in the media. It becomes an international case. Everyone starts rallying around and wants to make the most of the opportunity. However, the vital turmoil that impressed the intellectual is soon distorted, becoming the object of tirades and conflicts between the various souls of the left.

original title: Le ombre rosse
country: Italy
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Francesco Maselli
film run: 91'
release date: IT 04/09/2009
screenplay: Francesco Maselli
cast: Ennio Fantastichini, Arnoldo Foà, Roberto Herlitzka, Valentina Carnelutti, Flavio Parenti, Lucia Poli, Luca Lionello, Eugenia Costantini, Ricky Tognazzi, Ninni Bruschetta, Massimo Bonetti
cinematography by: Felice De Maria
film editing: Marzia Mete
art director: Marco Dentici
costumes designer: Alessandro Bentivegna
music: Giovanna Marini, Angelo Talocci
producer: Donatella Palermo
production: 13 Dicembre S.r.l., RAI Cinema, Cattleya
distributor: 01 Distribution
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