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Vita agli arresti di Aung San Suu Kyi - il film

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Written and Directed by Marco Martinelli

 

Recognised by Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo - Direzione generale per il Cinema

with the support of Regione Emilia Romagna - Film Commission
Under the patronage of Amnesty International Italia and Associazione per l'Amicizia Italia Birmania Giuseppe Malpeli
with the support of Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna - Unipol Gruppo Finanziario S.p.A.
CMC - Cooperativa Muratori e Cementisti

produced by Teatro delle Albe - Ravenna Teatro
coproduced by StartCinema

 

cast
Ermanna Montanari
Elio De Capitani and with the friendly participation of Sonia Bergamasco
Roberto Magnani, Fagio, Alice Protto, Massimiliano Rassu
Vincenzo Nemolato and Christian Giroso playing the “Moustache Brothers”

 

Appearing for the first time on screen the young actresses
Ippolita Ginevra Santandrea, Sara Briccolani, Alessandra Brusi, Catalina Burioli, Olimpia Isola, Benedetta Velotti

 

script Marco Martinelli and Ermanna Montanari

 

photography Pasquale Mari
set designer Edoardo Sanchi
costumes Giada Masi
editor Natalie Cristiani
supervising editor Jacopo Quadri
music Luigi Ceccarelli
sound Marco Parollo
sound design Maurizio Argentieri

distributed by RUNNING TV
press office Studio Alfa/ Lorenza Somogyi Bianchi

 


DOSSIER FILM

OFFICIAL PHOTOS (high res) - OFFICIAL PHOTOS (low res for website)

RASSEGNA STAMPA

 

World premiere Biografilm Festival 2017 

 


Debut Biografilm Festival Bologna, june 17 2017

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Aung San Suu Kyi's Life Under Arrest retraces twenty years in the arrests of the leader of the National League for Democracy in Burma and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, here reinvented by Ermanna Montanari at her first surprising film rehearsal. An art film, characterized by an original and contemporary visual imagery, that knows how to reach a wide audience. The story comes to life in a warehouse of theatrical costumes: there a little girl ventures out, and from there she takes us to an East pregnant with political news interwoven with music and bright colours, in which the puppet portraits of the dictator generals alternate with those of the Nat, the evil spirits of tradition, of journalists and UN envoys, of rebel comedians persecuted for their satire against the regime.

 

  

 

 

 

 




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