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ALBAKIARA

by Stefano Salvati

synopsis

Albakiara is the nickname of Chiara, whose angelic face makes her seem like the perfect little girl everyone wants as their daughter. She resembles the girl described by Vasco Rossi in “Albachiara”… but looks deceive. Chiara is in high school, though, unlike Albachiara, she has no use for it. Her ignorance is endless, and she manages to move on to the next grade only by cheating and copying. What she does study is her “look”, paying attention to the latest fashions. She loves being the centre of attention... And she simply adores the “gangster evenings” (as she calls them) spent with her girlfriends in pursuit of sex and drugs and rock ’n roll!!!

original title: Albakiara
country: Italy
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Stefano Salvati
film run: 95'
release date: IT 24/10/2008
screenplay: Stefano Salvati, Carlo Lucarelli, Ilaria Bernardini
cast: Raz Degan, Laura Gigante, Davide Rossi, Alessandro Haber, Dario Bandiera, Kelly Renee Potts, Fabrizio Sabatucci
cinematography by: Maurizio Calvesi, Gigi Martinucci
film editing: Paolo Marzoni
art director: Paola Zamagni
costumes designer: Giuseppe Ricciardi
music: Gaetano Curreri, Frank Nemola
producer: Francesco Melzi d'Eril, Alessandro Usai, Pier Luigi Corvi Mora, Lorenzo Miglioli
production: Albachiara Produzioni, Mikado Film, RAI Cinema, PixelDNA, Peace, Pixit, Dolcevita Productions
distributor: Mikado
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