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I'M (ENDLESS LIKE THE SPACE)

by Anne Riitta Ciccone

synopsis

I'm - Endless Like the Space is a fantasy drama made with a unique experimental use of live action 3-D. It's the story of Jessica, a 17-year-old girl who lives in a strange world, a place that could be our world in the near future, perhaps, or in an alternate dimension. The point being that, whatever the nature of her world may be, Jessica's problems are the very same as they are in our world. Above all, the fear of a scary future haunts Jessica and seems to worry everybody around her as well, with the only escape appearing to be "like the other people". But Jessica's different: she has a dream and she has talent, yet her world rejects those who try to change the world and better their lives. All the isolation and bullying will have an unexpected impact on the situation, until a very shocking turning point of the story. All the way up to a shocking denouement.

international title: I'm (Endless Like the Space)
original title: I'm (Endless Like the Space)
country: Italy
sales agent: RAI Com
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Anne Riitta Ciccone
film run: 112'
screenplay: Anne Riitta Ciccone, Lorenzo D'Amico De Carvalho
cast: Barbora Bobulova, Mathilde Bundschuh, Guglielmo Scilla, Julia Jentsch, Piotr Adamczyk, Katie McGovern, Yoon C. Joyce, Stefano Grossi, Vita Tepel, Henrieke Fritz
cinematography by: Pasquale Mari
film editing: Andrea Maguolo
art director: Maurizio Sabatini
costumes designer: Andrea Sorrentino
producer: Francesco Torelli
production: A.T.C. Adriana Trincea Cinema, PayperMoon Italia, RAI Cinema
backing: MiBACT, Regione Lazio, Trentino Film Commission
distributor: Koch Media srl

main awards/selection

Venice 2017Giornate degli Autori, Special screenings
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