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Luca Lucini tourne Le mie ragazze di carta

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- La nouvelle comédie du réalisateur de Tre metri sopra il cielo raconte deux moments décisifs dans la vie de trois adolescents, à partir d’un scénario lauréat du Prix Solinas

Luca Lucini tourne Le mie ragazze di carta
Le réalisateur Luca Lucini et l'acteur Alvise Marascalchi sur le tournage de Le mie ragazze di carta (© Chiara Calabrò)

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Filming kicked off this week on Luca Lucini’s new film Le mie ragazze di carta, produced by 302 Original Content and Pepito Produzioni together with RAI Cinema. The director behind Three Steps Over Heaven, Love, Soccer and Other Catastrophes and Nemiche per la pelle [+lire aussi :
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is shooting his nineth feature film between Treviso and Rome, offering up a comedy about three teens wrestling with two milestone moments in their lives: the transition from puberty to the preteen years, taken up by first loves and rugby matches, and the leap from a rural world to an urban universe.

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Inspired by an idea by Mauro Spinelli and Luca Lucini, the screenplay was penned by Luca Lucini, Mauro Spinelli, Marta Storti and Ilaria Storti, and subsequently earned itself the Leo Benvenuti Solinas Prize for Best Comedy Screenplay. It’s the end of the 1970s in the Treviso region, at a time when the rapid growth of cities is also affecting the Bottacin family, composed of Primo, Anna and Tiberio. For them, and for young Tiberio in particular, the change from a country life to an urban setting will be a somewhat tumultuous one. The film speaks of a time of great social and economic transformation, where even movie theatres –places where local communities come together – are forced to fall back on X-rated films in a bid to avoid collapse.

The cast of Le mie ragazze di carta includes Maya Sansa (seen last year in Lasciami andare [+lire aussi :
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), Andrea Pennacchi (Welcome Venice [+lire aussi :
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interview : Andrea Segre
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]
) and thirteen-year-old Alvise Marascalchi (Mamma o papà [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
fiche film
]
?), as well as Cristiano Caccamo, Alessandro Bressanello, Giuseppe Zeno, Neri Marcorè and, in their big screen debut, youngsters Christian Mancin and Marta Guerrini. The crew comprises director of photography Luan Amelio Ujkaj (Hammamet [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
fiche film
]
), set designer Silvio Di Monaco, costumer designer Diamante Cavalli and editor Carlotta Cristiani (The Peacock’s Paradise [+lire aussi :
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bande-annonce
interview : Laura Bispuri
fiche film
]
, The Inner Cage [+lire aussi :
critique
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interview : Leonardo Di Costanzo
fiche film
]
).

The film enjoys the support of the Veneto Film Commission, with the shoot set to last seven weeks in total.

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(Traduit de l'italien)

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