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FREEDOM

by Davide Ferrario

synopsis

When Irena Mirkovic agrees to collaborate with Father Iridio on the staging of a paradoxical “Easter Passion” play in a prison institution, she doesn’t realise that this experience will change her life. Not only because her encounter with the prison governor Libero Tarsitano leads her to end her relationship with her actor boyfriend Cristiano, but because she soon finds herself faced with an irresolvable problem. After winning the prisoners’ trust, Irena realises that “inside” nobody wants to play the part of Giuda, for reasons that are clear to all in a prison setting. Despite her insistences, the “boys” remain steadfast in their refusal. Moreover, there is even someone who tries to hamper the show: Sister Bonaria, an uncompromising nun who has a very practical sense.

international title: Freedom
original title: Tutta colpa di Giuda
country: Italy
sales agent: Adriana Chiesa Enterprises (ACEK)
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Davide Ferrario
release date: IT 10/04/2009
screenplay: Davide Ferrario
cast: Kasia Smutniak, Fabio Troiano, Luciana Littizzetto, Gianluca Gobbi, Paolo Ciarchi, Cristiano Godano, Francesco Signa, Linda Messerklinger, Angela Vuolo
cinematography by: Dante Cecchin
film editing: Claudio Cormio
art director: Francesca Bocca
costumes designer: Paola Ronco
music: Marlene Kuntz, Francesco Signa, Fabio Barovero
producer: Davide Ferrario, Ladis Zanini
production: Rossofuoco
backing: Film Commission Torino Piemonte
distributor: Medusa Film
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