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THE PRIZE

by Alessandro Gassmann

synopsis

Giovanni Passamonte has lived an unrestrained life: he has had many wives, kids and he has written several international best sellers, but time has turned him into a cynical and egocentric man. When he is told that he has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, afraid of flying, he decides to embark on a car journey to Stockholm with his long-time assistant, Rinaldo. Accompanying him on his journey there are also his son Oreste, a personal trainer, and his daughter Lucrezia, a successful blogger. Even though their journey will be rife with misfortune, it will prove to be the chance for them to truly get to know one another.

international title: The Prize
original title: Il premio
country: Italy
sales agent: True Colours
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Alessandro Gassmann
film run: 90'
release date: IT 6/12/2017
screenplay: Alessandro Gassmann, Walter Lupo
cast: Anna Foglietta, Alessandro Gassmann, Erika Blanc, Katie McGovern, Ole Dupont, Amanda Lear, Gigi Proietti, Matilda De Angelis, Rocco Papaleo, Kai Portman
cinematography by: Federico Schlatter
film editing: Consuelo Catucci
art director: Sonia Peng
costumes designer: Mariano Tufano
music: Maurizio Filardo
producer: Federica Lucisano, Fulvio Lucisano
production: Italian International Film (IIF)
distributor: Vision Distribution
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