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IRIS

by Aurelio Grimaldi

synopsis

Maria, a seven year old girl who lives on the island of Ustica, has forgotten her mother’s birthday, and only remembers it when she sees her brothers presenting her with two bunches of wild flowers.
To make amends, she immediately sets off to buy some irises she had spotted in the market down at the port that morning. Luckily the flower-seller still has some left, but Maria only has enough money for one iris.
So she sets out to raise some money, which takes her all over the island and all afternoon.
Not to be beaten, she decides to go and look for her father, knowing that he will give her the cash she needs for a whole bunch. But the tiny island seems so huge, and Maria has a hard job finding him. She meets all kinds of people on the way who put her on different tracks, but in the end she gets more flowers than she bargained for.

international title: Iris
original title: Iris
country: Italy
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Aurelio Grimaldi
film run: 76'
release date: IT 01/02/2002
screenplay: Aurelio Grimaldi, Anna Maria Coglitore
cast: Arancia Cecilia Grimaldi, Guja Jelo, Salvatore Lazzaro, Barbara Gallo, Francesco Di Leva, Maurizio Nicolosi, Mariano Scalisi, Enrico Tranchina, Luca Badagliacco, Gino Biscotto Volo
cinematography by: Massimo Intoppa
film editing: Cesar Augusto Meneghetti
art director: Aurelio Grimaldi
costumes designer: Aurelio Grimaldi
music: Maria Soldatini
producer: Nicola Conticello
production: Arancia Cinema, Tele +
distributor: Stazione Marittima
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