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MARTIN EDEN

by Pietro Marcello

synopsis

After saving Arturo, a young scion of the industrial middle class, from a beating, the sailor Martin Eden is invited to the boy's family home. Here he meets Elena, Arturo's beautiful sister, and falls in love with her at first sight. The cultured and refined young woman becomes not only the object of Martin's affections but also a symbol of the social status he aspires to achieve. At the cost of enormous efforts and overcoming the obstacles represented by his humble origin, Martin pursues the dream of becoming a writer. Under the influence of the elderly intellectual Russ Brissenden, he gets involved in socialist circles, bringing him into conflict with Elena and her bourgeois world.

international title: Martin Eden
original title: Martin Eden
country: Italy, France, Germany
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: Pietro Marcello
film run: 129'
release date: IT 4/09/2019, FR 16/10/2019, BE 6/11/2019, NL 21/11/2019
screenplay: Maurizio Braucci, Pietro Marcello
cast: Luca Marinelli, Jessica Cressy, Vincenzo Nemolato, Marco Leonardi, Denise Sardisco, Carmen Pommella, Carlo Cecchi
cinematography by: Francesco Di Giacomo, Alessandro Abate
film editing: Aline Hervé, Fabrizio Federico
art director: Tiziana Poli
costumes designer: Andrea Cavalletto
music: Marco Messina, Sasha Ricci
producer: Pietro Marcello, Beppe Caschetto, Thomas Ordonneau, Michael Weber, Viola Fügen
executive producer: Dario Zonta, Alessio Lazzareschi, Michel Merkt
production: Avventurosa, IBC Movie, Shellac Sud, Match Factory Productions, RAI Cinema
backing: MiBAC (IT), Regione Campania (IT), Film Commission Regione Campania (IT), Regione Lazio - Fondo Regionale per il Cinema e l'audiovisivo (IT), L'Aide aux Cinémas du Monde Centre National du Cinéma et l'Image Animéé (FR), Institut Français (FR), Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung (DE), Bayerischer Rundfunk (DE), ARTE, Fondo Bilaterale per lo Sviluppo di Opere Cinematografiche Italo-Frances, Région Sud Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur (FR), CNC (FR)
distributor: 01 Distribution, Shellac Distribution, Imagine, Imagine
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