L’ARIA SALATA

Fabio is a young educator passionately and devotionally working with prisoners for their reintegration into society. He sometimes argues with all those expecting an easy way to obtain concessionary leave or the much coveted open prison. But Fabio does not grant any dispensations and sticks to his principles, despite it being a lot harder than he is actually willing to admit to himself.

 

regia/director alessandro angelini
soggetto/subject alessandro angelini, angelo carbone
sceneggiatura /screenplay alessandro angelini, angelo carbone
fotografia/cinematographer arnaldo cantinari
montaggio/editing massimo fiocchi
scene / scene design alessandro marrazzo
costumi / costume design daniela ciancio
musica / music luca tozzi
suono / sound dolby sr
cast/cast giorgio pasotti, giorgio colangeli, michela cescon, katy saunders, sergio solli, paolo de vita, paolo pierobon, emanuel bevilacqua, simone colombari, bruno santini, federico del monaco, maria caterina frani
genere / genre drammatico / dramatic
formato originale/original format 35 mm – color
durata/running time 87’
paese di produzione/country of production italia / italy
produzione/production donatella botti
distribuzione/distribution 01 distribution

Fabio is a young educator passionately and devotionally working with prisoners for their reintegration into society. He sometimes argues with all those expecting an easy way to obtain concessionary leave or the much coveted open prison. But Fabio does not grant any dispensations and sticks to his principles, despite it being a lot harder than he is actually willing to admit to himself. One day, a prisoner convicted of murder starts a conversation with him. His name is Sparti, a difficult man, hardened by detention. This unexpected encounter forces Fabio to deal with the ghosts of removed family memories and to face his sister, Cristina, who does not want to reopen old wounds which could jeopardize their peaceful and quiet life.

ALESSANDRO ANGELINI
Alessandro Angelini has made four documentary films and has a year-long experience as assistant director. His documentary film “Ragazzi del Ghana” won the Turin Film Festival in 2000 and received a special mention at the UNICEF’s RIFF Awards in 2003 with his film “La flor mas linda de mi querer”.

2006 L’aria salata (lungometraggio, feature); 2003 La flor mas linda de mi querer (documentario, documentary); 2000 Ragazzi del Ghana  (documentario, documentary).

 

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