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SANREMO

by Miroslav Mandić

synopsis

Bruno lives in a nursing home, and constantly craves for Duša, only to forget her after each of their encounters. When he is alone, his past resurfaces violently, causing him to want to run away from the resting home, in an attempt to get back to his own home, his wife and his dog – who, sadly, are no longer there. Their unique relationship evokes Gigliola Cinquetti's “Non ho l’età” (Sanremo 1964), which happens to be the one common memory from both protagonists' youth.

international title: Sanremo
original title: Sanremo
country: Slovenia, Italy
sales agent: Coccinelle Film Sales
year: 2020
genre: fiction
directed by: Miroslav Mandić
film run: 89'
screenplay: Miroslav Mandić
cast: Sandi Pavlin, Silva Čušin, Boris Cavazza, Mojca Funkl, Lara Komar
cinematography by: Peter Zeitlinger
film editing: Andrej Nagode
producer: Miroslav Mandić, Nina Robnik
co-producer: Fabiana Balsamo, Marta Zaccaron
production: Filmostovje, Incipit Film, RTV Slovenija
backing: Slovenian Film Centre (SI), FS Viba Film (SI), MiBAC (IT), FVG Film Commission (IT), FVG Audiovisual Fund (IT)
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