Valerio Mastandrea

Saturday 23 March – h 21.30 • Cinema Marconi


That Sunday in May, at Carolina’s home, the hours are counted. On Monday there is the funeral of her companion, Mauro Secondari, a young worker who fell in the factory where three generations of inhabitants of their small community passed through, a few kilometers from the capital. Carolina is left alone, with the inability to express the pain she feels inside and a ten-year-old son. The child elaborates his mourning in his own way, just as Mauro’s father, a former worker full of remorse and witness of another era of factory conflicts.

Colour, 2018, 95’
Original language Italian
World Premiere Torino Film Festival 2018

A film by
Valerio Mastandrea
Valerio Mastandrea, Enrico Audenino
Andrea Fastella
Mauro Bonanni
Riccardo Sinigallia
Chiara Martegiani, Renato Carpentieri, Stefano Dionisi, Milena Vukotic, Silvia Gallerano, Emanuel Bevilacqua, Milena Mancini, Giordano De Plano
Kimerafilm, Rai Cinema


Valerio Mastandrea made his debut on the big screen at the age of 22 and it didn’t take a long time to excel with his acting skills, being nominated eleven times at the David di Donatello. He won the award for best leading actor with the films La prima cosa bella (2010) and The equilibrists (2013) and as a supporting actor for Viva la libertà (2013) and Fiore (2017). This year he is nominated for Best Supporting Actor with Euphoria and for the best non-original script with The Armadillo Prophecy. Ride was presented in competition at the Turin Film Festival and Valerio Mastandrea is nominated for a David as best new director.

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