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AMORE CARNE

by Pippo Delbono

synopsis

During the course of a series of voyages, the pocket cameras of Pippo Delbono capture unique moments, ordinary and extraordinary meetings. From a hotel room in Paris to another in Budapest, from Istanbul to Bucharest, the journeys weave a fabric of the contemporary world. Its testimonials – some famous, others anonymous – say or dance their vision of the universe.

original title: Amore carne
country: Italy, Switzerland
year: 2011
genre: documentary
directed by: Pippo Delbono
film run: 75'
release date: FR 26/06/2013, IT 27/06/2013
screenplay: Pippo Delbono
cast: Pippo Delbono, Irène Jacob, Marisa Berenson, Tilda Swinton, Bobò, Marie-Agnes Gillot, Sophie Calle
cinematography by: Pippo Delbono
film editing: Fabrice Aragno
music: Michael Galasso, Laurie Anderson, Alexander Balanescu
producer: Pippo Delbono, Frédéric Maire, Fabrice Aragno
production: Compagnia Pippo Delbono, Casa Azul, Cinémathèque suisse
distributor: Tucker Film, Les Films du Paradoxe
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