Passato Prossimo is the story of five friends who gather together, in two different moments of their lives, in a villa in the countryside. Both a summer and winter weekend intertwine through a series of flashbacks, telling us their past (the summer weekend) and their present (in winter)…
|Director: Maria Sole Tognazzi
Screenplay: Daniele Prato – Maria Sole Tognazzi
Cinematographer: Giulio Pietromarchi
Music: Andrea Guerra
Cast: P. Cortellesi, V. Cervi, C. Santamaria, I. Oliva, C. Gioe’
Format: 35 Mm.
Production: Medusa Film – Seal Production
Distribution: Medusa Film
Passato Prossimo is a metaphor for the end of something, a transition. The five friends will have to come to terms with feelings that are inevitably connected to their friendship: jealousy, selfishness, past loves and unconfessed ones. Thanks to these crossings in time, we come to learn of what’s happened, what has changed and what will continue to change. Passato Prossimo is a reflection on the fear of change and abandonment and on the difficulty of letting go of our memories, which are life’s undisputable certainties.
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