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FOREVER BLUES

by Franco Nero

synopsis

What do a lonely jazz trumpeter and a slightly autistic child have in common? Very little, except maybe a sleepy provincial town where Luca is performing in a smokey jazz-club, and where Marco turns up with his mother for an appointment with the specialist. However destiny determines that through a series of circumstances the trumpet-player finds himself spending a day around with the kid; a few hours which are destined to change their lives.

original title: Forever Blues
country: Italy
sales agent: Intramovies
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Franco Nero
film run: 90'
release date: IT 17/03/2006
screenplay: Lorenzo De Luca, Franco Nero, Enrico Bernard
cast: Franco Nero, Paola Saluzzi, Robert Madison, Daniel Piamonti, Valentina Mezzacappa, Minnie Minoprio, Matt Patresi, Lino Patruno
cinematography by: Giovanni Cavallini
film editing: Alberto Moriani
art director: Claudio Cosentino
music: Lino Patruno
producer: Franco Nero, Massimo Paolucci, Sara Paolini
production: Macromajora Films, RAI Cinema
distributor: Moviemax
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