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by Joseph Troia


Ludovica, Tommaso and Raffaele have grown up, fostering the myth of the intellectuals of the 60s and 70s, as well as the idea of armed militancy. The three guys, who are about twenty, cultivate their humanistic and revolutionary ideals. They live in an apartment that they use as a lair, serving them as a protected environment, also fulfilling their wish to escape. In the apartment the three decide to banish all technological devices and expressions of contemporary language, organizing autonomous study programs, in contrast with the university, living without any rules or obligations, and planning to write a novel. The three live in harmony, they explore fearlessly their erotic impulses and mutual emotions: theirs is a relationship of love and friendship. After learning of a rape against a fifteen-year-old girl by a fascist group, the three plan to carry out a revenge attack, in the name of the ideals they believe in. During the aggression, however, they will kill an innocent young boy: a dramatic accident that will challenge their convictions and reveal the contradictions inherent in their relationship.

international title: The Revolution
original title: La Rivoluzione
country: Italy
sales agent: TVCO
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Joseph Troia
film run: 91'
screenplay: Joseph Troia, Matteo Ciotola
cast: Giulia Schiavo, Vittorio Nastri, Paolo Marco Caterino, Nello Mascia, Federica Aiello
cinematography by: Alessandro Farese, Gaia La Rocca, Pasquale Corrado
film editing: Martina Orsini
art director: Giovanna Melchionda, Carmela Mirra, Riccardo Celano, Danilo Esposito
costumes designer: Annalisa Ciaramella
producer: Stefano Incerti
production: Accademia Delle Belle Arti di Napoli
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