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by Claudio Uberti


A dust cloud created by a divine four wheels car takes shape from the pavement and follows the car for a while. Both the car and the dust let fly an unwitting charm that leads to dream.
It is not a fleeting appearance but it’s the beginning of a mysterious and almost enchanted adventure that, going backwards in time, leads to the revelation of the secret between two friends and to the recreation of a truth which has remained uncomfortable for too long…. And what happens when past knocks at the door of the present time?
A hungry journalist, a passionate auto mechanic, an unwitting barman sew up the pieces of the story together which is addressed to bring back to the top a jewel whose destiny is to shine. Other characters are involved and each one contributes to reveal little by little what time has kept in the dark. Coincidences, instinct and will lead Maria Esse, the young journalist, Marco, the mechanic, Adelaide, the mother of Maria Esse and the other characters to the inescapable truth.
Time shapes the rhythm of the events and help the leading characters to celebrate and consecrate “the most beautiful race in the world”, each year renovated and always upscaled.
As an elegant chronographer, Mille Miglia is the result of a perfect mechanism made of brilliance, care, passionate nature, balance. This story, between lights and shadows, comes to a special ending as happened to Nuvolari in 1930 when he brilliantly switched off the car lights to overtake the pilot ahead by surprise and sensationally won the ride...

original title: Rosso Mille Miglia
country: Italy, Russian Federation
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Claudio Uberti
film run: 94'
release date: IT 15/10/2015
screenplay: Claudio Uberti
cast: Martina Stella, Fabio Troiano, Remo Girone, Victoria Zinny, Francesca Rettondini, Rosario Petix
cinematography by: Leone Orfeo
film editing: Maria Iovine
art director: Elena Gangemi
costumes designer: Magda Accolti-Gil
music: Riccardo Rossini
production: Lucere Film
backing: Zori Film
distributor: Socialmovie
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