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ZANA

by Daniela Alviani, Corrado Lannaioli

synopsis

Zana, a young and beautiful girl from Kosovo is the only member of her family to have survived the ruinous ethnic cleansing of the civil war. She also happens to be pregnant by her Serbian boyfriend, Agim, a former guerrilla who is considered a traitor by his people because of his love for Zana.
She decides to get a new life for herself in Italy where she has an uncle, Shpend, and Agim says he will follow her as soon as he can. With his help, Zana contacts Petrit who organises illegal immigration to Italy...

international title: ZANA
original title: ZANA
country: Italy
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniela Alviani, Corrado Lannaioli
film run: 100'
release date: IT 07.06.02
screenplay: Daniela Alviani
cast: Daniela Alviani, Daniel Mc Vicar, Levani, Romuald Andrzej Klos, Germano Benincaso
cinematography by: Carlo Poletti
film editing: Scerif Eugene Loutfy
art director: Arturo Andreoli
costumes designer: Anna Maria Rizzoli
music: Fabio Frizzi
producer: Daniela Alviani
production: Greenlight International Productions
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