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THE SICILIAN GIRL

by Marco Amenta

synopsis

Freely inspired by real events. One November morning in 1991, 17 year old Rita approached the Chief Prosecutor of Palermo, intent on vindicating her father's and brother's mafia related deaths. This marked the first time that the daughter of a mafia family openly rebelled against the traditionally male dominated organization. From then on, Rita's days were counted. Repudiated and threatened by her boyfriend, her hometown and even her mother, she was forced to leave Sicily and move to Rome where she lives under another name.

international title: The Sicilian Girl
original title: La siciliana ribelle
country: Italy, France
sales agent: Roissy Films
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Marco Amenta
release date: IT 27/02/2009, FR 13/05/2009, NL 03/09/2009, BE 04/11/2009
screenplay: Sergio Donati, Marco Amenta
cast: Veronica D'Agostino, Gérard Jugnot, Lucia Sardo, Marcello Mazzarella, Paolo Briguglia
cinematography by: Luca Bigazzi
film editing: Mirco Garrone
art director: Marcello Di Carlo
costumes designer: Cristina Francioni
music: Pasquale Catalano
producer: Tilde Corsi, Gianni Romoli, Simonetta Amenta, Marco Amenta
production: R&C Produzioni, Eurofilm, Roissy Films, Rai Cinema
backing: Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali (MiBAC)
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Rezo Films (FR), Cinemien Film & Video Distribution (NL), ABC distribution (BE)
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