On Every Sunday, at sunset, two young men meet each other in an empty apartment. Through a ‘Chinese boxes’ narrative scheme and after continuous surprises slowly the true reason of those meetings comes out. They look for each other, they remember, they try to recover a lost time. The dilemma is…
|regia/director stefano viali|
sceneggiatura /screenplay valeria moretti, stefano viali
fotografia/cinematographer massimo intoppa a.i.c.
montaggio/editing lorenzo ciccinato
musica / music antonino chiaramonte
suono / sound dolby sr
cast / cast lorenzo degli innocenti, stefano viali
genere /genre fiction
formato originale/original format 35 mm – b/w
durata/running time 15’
anno di produzione/year of production 2004
paese di produzione/country of production italia / italy
produzione/production vivacinematografica s.r.l.
DAVID DI DONATELLO 2005
On Every Sunday, at sunset, two young men meet each other in an empty apartment. Through a ‘Chinese boxes’ narrative scheme and after continuous surprises slowly the true reason of those meetings comes out. They look for each other, they remember, they try to recover a lost time. The dilemma is always the same: to be. But what is the price, what are the conditions? Driven by a restless eroticism, they release their feelings in a wrestling match but all their desires, their angers and their intimate questions remain unsolved.
He made his theater debut as director and actor in 1982 with the show “Omaggio a Petrolini”. In 1985 he is one of the founders of the “Cooperativa Società per Attori” – Cooperative for Actors – (Teatro della Cometa – Rome) with which he produces and plays in many shows. He has worked in many films and TV shows in Italy and Germany. He has worked and studied with French and Israeli directors among whom C. Tordjman, M. Gurevitch, D. Horowitz and recently with M. Dioume, T. Sudana, and H. Kouyaté (Peter Brook’s company). In 2003 he is a member of the cast of “The House of the Spirits” written by Isabelle Allende and directed by Claudia Della Seta and Glenda Sewald. As director he has directed many shows by several authors like “Il Giardino d’Infanzia di Riki” by Grossman, “Il Viaggio di Nessuno” from the Odyssey, “Ha! Ta-Yooo” from “La Conferenza degli Uccelli” by Uttin Attar and “La Foresta Pazza” by Churchill. In 2004, sponsored by the Show business Dept. of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage, he shoots the 35mm film short “Lotta Libera” , his debut work. From 1991 he is the director of a professional acting laboratory at the “Giulio Cesare” Classical Studies High School in Rome and he has participated in a project sponsored by the European Commission within the framework of the “Horizon” programme between Italy, France and Spain, which for two three-year periods (‘95/’97 –‘98/2000) promoted the support and creation of new enterprises to create jobs for disadvantaged people.
2005 Forme (corto, short) 2004 Lotta libera (corto, short)