Lorenzo Richelmy, Luca Marinelli, Valentina Bellè, Alessandro Sperduti, Francesca Agostini
Part of the Italian Film Festival Season
Thirty-five years after their 1982 masterpiece The Night of Shooting Stars, Tuscan filmmakers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani return to the subject of WWII with a characteristically intelligent adaptation of a 1963 novel by Beppe Fenoglio, one of Italy’s most important chroniclers of the anti-fascist resistance. Shot largely in Piedmont, the film tells of two partisans - Milton (Luca Marinelli) and Giorgio (Lorenzo Richelmy) - and their love for the same woman, Fulvia (Valentina Bellè).
The screening will be introduced by Dr Pasquale Iannone (University of Edinburgh).
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