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by Luca Ferri


Bianca is a transsexual. She's a prostitute by profession. She was born 39 years ago and now lives in Milan in the workingclass neighbourhood of Quarto Oggiaro, near the municipal market. She lives in an apartment on the third floor of a building built in the 1970s. Her father was a well-known sculptor. Bianca has an old mobile phone from the 2000s, not a smartphone, in order to avoid wasting too much time with pranksters and timewasters. To contact Bianca, just look for her on meeting sites, see her photo and the brief but accurate description of her body and its possible performance and call her. Bianca must always stay at home, because giving a customer the appointment after an hour could mean losing him in the sea magnum of offers on the net. The house is one of the fixed points of her life. The other is Natasha Da Castro, her historic companion for 16 years, a Japanese transsexual who lives between Milan and Brazil, where they have a house. The film mainly tells of Bianca's waiting time, of her hours at home alone while she waits for Natasha's call or while she listens again to some conversation she had with her partner through her phone.

international title: The House of Love
original title: La casa dell'amore
country: Italy
sales agent: Taskovski Films
year: 2020
genre: documentary
directed by: Luca Ferri
film run: 77'
screenplay: Luca Ferri
cinematography by: Pietro De Tilla, Andrea Zanoli
film editing: Chiara Tognoli
producer: Federico Minetti, Andrea Zanoli
production: Effendemfilm, Lab80, Enece Film, Start, Prima Luce
distributor: Lab80
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