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by Antonietta De Lillo


Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca is the pivotal point of all the events of the Neapolitan Revolution of 1799. Everything is seen through Eleonora’s eyes, says the film director, and there is no doubt that she is the main character. An apparently frail woman who seems to let herself be carried away by the events but with an internal strength and a long-sighted capability to analyze them.

original title: Il resto di niente
country: Italy
sales agent: Revolver
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Antonietta De Lillo
screenplay: Giuseppe Rocca
cast: Maria De Medeiros, Rosario Sparno, Raffaele Di Florio, Imma Villa, Lucia Ragni, Riccardo Zinna
cinematography by: Cesare Accetta
film editing: Giogiò Franchini
art director: Beatrice Scarpato
costumes designer: Daniela Ciancio
music: Daniele Sepe
producer: Amedeo Letizia, Mariella Li Sacchi
production: Factory, Film Corsari
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà
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