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Due uomini quattro donne e una mucca depressa (2014)

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Due uomini quattro donne e una mucca depressa (2014)



Regia/Director: Anna Di Francisca
Soggetto/Subject: Anna Di Francisca, Giuseppe Furno
Sceneggiatura/Screenplay: Anna Di Francisca, Giuseppe Furno, Javier Munoz, Valentina Capecci
Interpreti/Actors: Miki Manojlovic (Edoardo), Maribel Verd? (Julia), Eduard Fernandez (Emilio), Laila Marull (Victoria), Ana Caterina Morariu (Marta), Gloria Munoz (Manuela), H?ctor Alterio (generale), Carmen Mangue (Ngari), Manuela Mandracchia (Sara), Marzia Bordi (Alice), Luisa Gavasa (Aida), Joan Gadea (Carmelo), Massimo De Lorenzo (vigile), Hector Juezas (Pablo), Carlos Olalla (Raul), Leandro Rivera (Benito), Jorge Calvo (Alvaro), Serena Grandi (Irma), Antonio Resines (presentatore), Neri Marcor? (Carlos)
Fotografia/Photography: Duccio Cimatti
Musica/Music: Paolo Perna
Costumi/Costume Design: Lena Mossum
Scene/Scene Design: Victor Molero
Suono/Sound: Biel Cabr?, Massimo Pisa, Pablo Demichelis
Montaggio/Editing: Simona Paggi
Produzione/Production: Pixstar S.r.l., Heles Film Production S.r.l.
censura: 108063 del 21-01-2014
Altri titoli: Como estrellas fugaces (Stelle fugaci)
Trama: Edoardo ? un compositore dotato di grande talento che sta vivendo un periodo di crisi. Decide di prendersi una pausa e parte per la Spagna....In un piccolo paese, grazie alle donne di un coro amatoriale, con cui avviene una sorta di scambio terapeutico, ritrova l'energia perduta.
Sinopsys: Edoardo is going through a crisis. He's a composer blessed with great talent who, due to a combination of temperament and existential circumstances, has trouble accepting compromises; his creative and workday realities have become insufferable. His sentimental life has borne the brunt of this dissatisfaction and this, in turn, has literally sent him reeling: his ability to make the best of it and seek compromise collapses beyond hope of repair. And this is when Edoardo takes a "sabbatical" of sorts. Upon arriving in Spain, he's a cynic, a nuisance and a bore, fed up with himself and dispirited, incapable of writing music in which he can recognize himself. His encounter/clash with that small town, its women, its colors and tastes, opens him up to life and heartfelt emotions again, giving him back the energy and inspiration to once again compose "his" music. Like the women circling him, even Edoardo undertakes a pathway of change. What develops between Edoardo and the other characters is a therapeutic exchange of sorts, which comes about first and foremost through the communicative power of music. Music, especially in an "aggregating" form like that of a polyphonic choir, manages to unite the most disparate and distant, creating a bond that cancels all social and cultural differences. Edoardo's passion for music also becomes his means of redemption, both human and professional, as well as a way of reconciliation vis-?-vis h his own Country, that Italy now so different and vulgar? Through music, Edoardo brings a bit of Italy even to that deeply provincial Spanish backwater, maintaining a sense of belonging and appurtenance that allows him to involve everyone around him.

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