Andrà tutto bene by Francesco Bruni enters into post-production
- Starring Kim Rossi Stuart in a lead role, the new film by the director-screenwriter of Easy! and Friends by Chance is produced by Palomar in league with Vision Distribution
After five weeks of filming in Rome and one spent in Livorno, the new movie by Francesco Bruni Andrà tutto bene is now in the editing room. Following on from Easy! [+see also:
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Written by Bruni himself, the story revolves around Bruno Salvati, a film director of scant success who is coming to terms with his separation from his wife Anna with whom he has two children, twenty-year-old Adele and seventeen-year-old Tito. After a sudden illness, Bruno is diagnosed with a condition which requires the intervention of a donor. All his family ties are called into question, including his relationship with his father Umberto, the custodian of a secret which will oblige Bruno to embark upon a journey in search of someone who can help him.
Appearing in the cast alongside Rossi Stuart are Lorenza Indovina, Barbara Ronchi, Giuseppe Pambieri, Raffaella Lebboroni, Nicola Nocella, Fotiní Peluso and Tancredi Galli.
(Translated from Italian)
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