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LEZIONE 21

by Alessandro Baricco

synopsis

Professor Mondrian Killroy was a brilliant and eccentric English academic. Adored by his students, for years he gave classes unlike any others. His lesson 21 made a particular impact on young minds. It was focussed exclusively on the genesis of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. But Killroy has disappeared and only Martha, a favourite student of his, knows where he is. She wants to listen one last time to that extraordinary lesson 21.

original title: Lezione 21
country: Italy
sales agent: Fandango
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Alessandro Baricco
screenplay: Alessandro Baricco
cast: Noah Taylor, John Hurt, Clive Russell, Leonor Watling, Tim Barlow, Franco Pistoni
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi
film editing: Giogiò Franchini
art director: Marta Maffucci
costumes designer: Marta Maffucci
producer: Domenico Procacci, Simon Channing Williams, Gail Egan
production: Fandango, RAI Cinema, Potboiler Productions
backing: MiBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali)
distributor: 01 Distribution
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