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by Renzo Martinelli


The 30’s. A giant more than six and a half feet tall, he becomes one of the most unlikely legends in sports history. His name is Primo Carnera, but the world knows him as “the Walking Mountain”. Our story is about a giant with a deep-rooted belief in certain values: that the family is sacred. That you should never lose touch with your home or your roots. That you should be willing to sacrifice to give your children a better future. That you should keep following your dream, even if it seems impossible. That you are never defeated, unless you stay down. If you get back up, and start fighting again, you never lose.

original title: Carnera: the walking Mountain
country: Italy
sales agent: Epic Pictures (USA)
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Renzo Martinelli
film run: 123'
release date: IT 09/05/2008
screenplay: Franco Ferrini
cast: Andrea Iaia, Anna Valle, F. Murray Abraham, Paul Sorvino, Kasia Smutniak, Daniele Liotti, Antonio Cupo
cinematography by: Saverio Guarna
film editing: Osvaldo Bargero
costumes designer: Silvia Nebiolo, Massimo Cantini Parrini
music: Aldo De Scalzi, Pivio
producer: Renzo Martinelli
production: Martinelli Film Company, Rti, Giuseppe Marra Communications
distributor: Medusa Film
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