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AGATA AND THE STORM

by Silvio Soldini

synopsis

Agata feels secure in her bookshop, but actually it’s as though she’s been inadvertently thrown into the plot of a story in a strange book: the unexpected passion for a lively and perhaps too self-assured young boy, the accidental discovery that her beloved brother Gustavo isn’t really her brother, and the light bulbs that mysteriously blow up when she walks past.

original title: Agata e la tempesta
country: Italy, Switzerland, United Kingdom
sales agent: Adriana Chiesa Enterprises
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Silvio Soldini
film run: 120'
screenplay: Silvio Soldini, Doriana Leondeff, Francesco Piccolo
cast: Licia Maglietta, Emilio Solfrizzi, Giuseppe Battiston, Claudio Santamaria, Remo Remotti
cinematography by: Arnaldo Catinari
film editing: Carlotta Cristiani
art director: Paola Bizzarri
costumes designer: Silvia Nebiolo
music: Giovanni Venosta
producer: Roberto Cicutto, Luigi Musini
production: Albachiara Produzioni, Mikado Film, Amka Films, Mercury Films (UK)
distributor: Mikado
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