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ROSY-FINGERED DAWN: A FILM ON TERRENCE MALICK

by Luciano Barcaroli, Carlo Hintermann, Gerardo Panichi, Daniele Villa

synopsis

A three-part journey that mirrors the three films that Terrence Malick directed in the course of his thirty year career to discover the secret of this enigmatic and reclusive American film director, photographed in the rosy light of dawn.

original title: Rosy-Fingered Dawn: A Film on Terrence Malick
country: Italy
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Luciano Barcaroli, Carlo Hintermann, Gerardo Panichi, Daniele Villa
film run: 90'
screenplay: Luciano Barcaroli, Carlo Hintermann, Gerardo Panichi, Daniele Villa
cast: Penny Allen, Sergej Bodrov, Jim Caviezel, Ben Chaplin, Bob Cody, Jack Fisk, Kenny Hilton, Elias Koteas, Stevan Larner, Ann Lopkoff, Ennio Morricone, Arthur Penn, Sean Penn, Edward Pressman, John Savage, Martin Sheen, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek, George Tipton, John Turturro, Billy Weber, Haskell Wexler
film editing: Gianni Russo
music: Mario Salvucci, Edoardo Cianfanelli
producer: Alessandro Verdecchi, Luciano Barcaroli, Carlo Hintermann, Gerardo Panichi, Daniele Villa
production: Citrullo International, Misami Film, Campinella Productions
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