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INTERNO GIORNO

by Tommaso Rossellini

synopsis

A famous movie star and mother of two children who have not self-estimation, has organized an evening in her luxurious home to celebrate her latest film. The evening will highlight the different aspects, often unpleasant, of the relationship among the guests. A little symbolic insight, somewhat unforgiving, into the world of showbusiness, seen as a repository of hypocrisy, envy and jealousy. An ensemble film closed in time and space with the intention of playing with the languages and cultures.

original title: Interno giorno
country: Italy
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Tommaso Rossellini
film run: 90'
release date: IT 26/04/2012
screenplay: Tommaso Rossellini
cast: Fanny Ardant, Anita Caprioli, Regina Orioli, Marco Brenno, Kiera Chaplin, Massimiliano Buzzanca, Alessandro Averone, Tommaso Rossellini
cinematography by: Daniele Nannuzzi
film editing: Francesco Beluccini
art director: Paolo Innocenzi
costumes designer: Simonetta Antonucci
producer: Alberto Acciarito
production: Made in Italy Film
backing: Sicilia Film Commission
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