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DUBBLE

by Eric Alexander

synopsis

Milan, racing and alive, is the background to the story of Luca and Mickey, two brothers in their thirties, perennially in conflict and intent on reaching their individual dreams. A dry comedy, which at times is bitter and then fleets to ironic and amusing. Luca, a writer, dreams of making an independent film based on his own script. In his struggle to live and pay the rent on his one room flat, which he shares with his brother Mickey, he is obliged to work as a script adapter for the dubbing of a soap opera. Mickey, an aspiring theatre actor, is persuaded by his brother to have a try at film dubbing, an activity which he does not find to his liking but which, through a series of events, will give a positive turn to his life.

international title: Dubble
original title: Doppio
country: Italy
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Eric Alexander
release date: IT 15/09/2008
screenplay: Eric Alexander
cast: Alessandro Sanpaoli, Camila Raznovich, Eric Alexander, Franco Sangermano, Liliana Feldman, Silvia Baldo, Andrea Lapi
cinematography by: Giovanni Pitsheider
film editing: Pier Paolo De Fina
art director: Mimma Conti, Eleonora Zullo, Anna Petra Trombini
costumes designer: Alexandra Monti, Rosaria Giacomino
music: Anthony Donovan Alexander
producer: Eric Alexander
production: ADC Group, Digital Recording Studios
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