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RUST

by Daniele Gaglianone

synopsis

It’s a hot summer in the 1970s, in the north Italian suburbs of a town inhabited by immigrants from the south and the northeast. Here a gang spends its time playing games and clashing with other small gangs. That summer, a new physician arrives in the neighbourhood: the elegant and aristocratic Dr. Boldrini, who inspires awe from everyone. Three decades later, three adults are coming to grips with the daily reality of their lives. The echoes from that violent summer will inexorably invade their apparently normalised lives.

international title: Rust
original title: Ruggine
country: Italy
sales agent: Fandango
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniele Gaglianone
film run: 109'
release date: IT 02/09/2011
screenplay: Daniele Gaglianone, Giaime Alonge, Alessandro Scippa
cast: Filippo Timi, Stefano Accorsi, Valerio Mastandrea, Valeria Solarino
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi
film editing: Enrico Giovannone
art director: Marta Maffucci
costumes designer: Lina Fucà, Francesca Tessari
music: Evandro Fornasier, Walter Magri, Massimo Miride
producer: Domenico Procacci, Gianluca Arcopinto
production: Fandango, Zaroff Film S.r.l., RAI Cinema
backing: Apulia Film Commission
distributor: Fandango Distribuzione
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