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by Giorgio Verdelli


Ezio Bosso’s career, which was as out-of-the-ordinary as can be imagined, from both the personal and the professional perspective, was always characterised by love of his art, for him both a discipline and a raison d’être. In the film the account is entrusted to Bosso himself, who reveals his real self and takes us into his world and his imagination, as if were a diary. The narration is multilayered, with a continual exchange between image and sound. His words alternate with his second voice, music. The testimonies of friends, family and collaborators like Gabriele Salvatores, Silvio Orlando and Paolo Fresu help to paint an accurate and detailed picture of the man. The previously unreleased piece The Things That Remain is a last message from Bosso for everyone, because as he himself declared: “everyone will tell their own story and I can only hint at mine.” Bearer of a powerful motivational message in his life and in his music, Ezio Bosso has been and will always be a source of inspiration for whoever comes into contact with him and his work, “a presence, not a memory” as the director of the film, Giorgio Verdelli, has put it.

original title: Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano
country: Italy
sales agent: True Colours
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Giorgio Verdelli
film run: 104'
release date: IT 4/10/2021
screenplay: Giorgio Verdelli
cinematography by: Osama Abouelkhair
film editing: Matteo Bugliarello
producer: Silvia Fiorani
co-producer: Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, Carlotta Calori
production: Sudovest Produzioni, Indigo Film, RAI Cinema
distributor: Nexo Digital

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