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IAGO

by Volfango De Biasi

synopsis

Based on Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello, written around 1603. Of humble origins, Iago – a highly talented final-year student at the Venice Architecture Faculty – is surrounded by rich nobles, among whom stands out Othello, the son of an internationally renowned architect and friend of the university rector. Clearly very well-connected, Othello cheats Iago out of the merits of his studies and takes his place as head of the Biennale preparation project. Othello also steals the object of his desire, Desdemona, the rector’s daughter, with whom Iago has been hopelessly in love for some time. Convinced that life is a series of injustices, Iago starts a ruthless fight, weaving a web of lies and deceit, in order to take back what is rightfully his as well as win Desdemona’s love.

original title: Iago
country: Italy
sales agent: Intramovies
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Volfango De Biasi
film run: 100'
release date: IT 27/02/2009
screenplay: Volfango De Biasi, Felice Di Basilio, Tiziana Martini
cast: Nicolas Vaporidis, Aurelien Gaya, Laura Chiatti, Gabriele Lavia, Lorenzo Gleijeses, Giulia Steigerwalt, Fabio Ghidoni, Luana Rossetti
cinematography by: Enrico Lucidi
film editing: Stefano Chierchiè
art director: Giuliano Pannuti
costumes designer: Monica Celeste
music: Michele Braga
producer: Claudio Saraceni
production: Medusa Film, Cattleya, Ideacinema
distributor: Medusa Film
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