TREVIRGOLAOTTANTASETTE

It just takes a moment of distraction to change the course of events. Andrea sees a loose pipe come away from some scaffolding and fall on top of him. He watches, amazed, as everything round him suddenly changes. A party bursts into life, music explodes at high volume with bright lights, busy…

 

regia/director valerio mastandrea
sceneggiatura /screenplay
daniele vicari, valerio mastandrea
fotografia/cinematographer
gherardo gossi
montaggio/editing
marco spoletini
musica / music
francesco cerasi per warner chappel
suono / sound
dolby sr
cast / cast
elio germano, jasmine trinca, marco giallini
genere /genre
fiction
formato originale/original format
16 mm – color
durata/running time
13’
anno di produzione/year of production
2005
paese di produzione/country of production
italia / italy
produzione/production
minollo film s.r.l. in collaborazione con sanmarco film

 

NASTRI D’ARGENTO
Miglior Cortometraggio

 

It just takes a moment of distraction to change the course of events. Andrea sees a loose pipe come away from some scaffolding and fall on top of him. He watches, amazed, as everything round him suddenly changes. A party bursts into life, music explodes at high volume with bright lights, busy waiters running after each other and a girl…
The title 3.87, as a caption explains, is the average number of people who die in Italy every day due to accidents in the workplace.

 

VALERIO MASTANDREA

He made his debut on the big screen in 1994 in Natoli’s “Ladri di cinema”. He followed suit with an intense acting career both in films and in the theatre. He worked in many a cult film, among which Marino’s “Cuore attivo”, Fracasso’s “Palermo Milano solo andata”, Ottaviano’s “Cresceranno i carciofi a Mimongo”. In 1997 he starred in another generation cult, Ferrario’s “tutti giù per terra”. In 1998 he portrayed Rugantino at the Sistina theatre in Rome co-starring Sabrina Ferilli, with 253 successful re-runs, followed by other big screen hits in Cagliari’s “L’odore della notte”, Archibugi’s “Domani”, Vicari’s “Velocità massima”, Chiesa’s “Lavorare con lentezza”, Infascelli’s “Il siero delle vanità”, and again for Vicari in “L’orizzonte degli eventi”. In 2005 he was a year for theatre leads, one of which was “Migliore”, a comedy-horror monologue by Mattia Torre.

 

2005 Trevirgolaottantasette (corto, short)

 

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