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CHRISTINE

by Stefania Sandrelli

synopsis

After growing up at the court of Charles V in France, where her father was court astrologer and physician, the Italian Cristina da Pizzano, also known as Christine de Pisan, is left completely destitute during the struggle between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians. Forced to survive by her wits amidst the dregs of society, Cristina discovers she has a talent for poetry thanks to Charleton, a minstrel who tours the taverns, and Gerson, a theologist.

international title: Christine
original title: Christine Cristina
country: Italy
sales agent: RAI Com
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Stefania Sandrelli
film run: 92'
release date: IT 07/05/2010
screenplay: Stefania Sandrelli, Giacomo Scarpelli, Marco Tiberi, Furio Scarpelli
cast: Amanda Sandrelli, Alessio Boni, Alessandro Haber, Paola Tiziana Cruciani, Blas Roca Rey, Naomi Marzullo
cinematography by: Paolo Carnera
film editing: Patrizio Marone
art director: Marco Dentici
costumes designer: Nanà Cecchi
music: Pasquale Catalano
producer: Luigi Musini, Roberto Cicutto
production: Cinemaundici, Diva
distributor: 01 Distribution
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