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L' UOMO PRIVATO

by Emidio Greco

synopsis

A charming, socially and professionally well-known university professor in his 40s is sought after by numerous women, of whom he is somewhat wary. A fierce individualist, he places a barrier between himself and reality and does not hesitate to repress his own feelings and sacrifice those of others, even ending his relationship with Silvia for no logical reason. However, destiny overturns the rules safeguarding his private life: the only note found in the pocket of a young male student in Turin who committed suicide contains the professor's phone number and address. Reality, held so long at bay, invades his private life, turning it inside out.

original title: L' uomo privato
country: Italy
sales agent: Ripley's Film
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Emidio Greco
film run: 100'
screenplay: Emidio Greco
cast: Tommaso Ragno, Myriam Catania, Giulio Pampiglione, Mia Benedetta, Ennio Coltorti
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi
film editing: Bruno Sarandrea
art director: Andrea Crisanti, Marcello Di Carlo
costumes designer: Piero Tosi, Elena Del Guerra
music: Luis Enrìquez Bacalov
producer: Enzo Porcelli
production: Achab Film, RAI
backing: Direzione generale Cinema e audiovisivo del Ministero della Cultura DGCA-MIC (MiBACT), MiBAC
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà
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