Emma sono io

During her summer holidays, Emma accidentally interrupts the therapy that keeps under control her unstable temper. Without her medicines she becomes overtly euphoric and brutally honest, bringing a bout of energy to everyone around her but also causing lot of confusion in their lives…

 EMMA SONO IO

Director: Francesco Falaschi
Screenplay: Francesco Falaschi E Stefano Ruzzante
Photography: Patrizio Patrizi
Music: Andrea Guerra
Cast: C. Dazzi, E. Alvigini, P. Favino, M. Giallini, N. Siri, L. Diberti, C. Coli
Format: 35 Mm.
Lenght: 90’
Production: Bernardette Carranza – Paolo Lucidano Per Film Trust Italia S.R.L.
Distribuzione: Istituto Luce

Francesco Falaschi was born in Grosseto in 1961. He graduated in History of Cinema. He has collaborated with the magazine Segnocinema and is co-director of the festival Storie di Cinema in Grosseto. In 1997 he has written for publishers Il Castoro an essay on Jonathan Demme, and edited for publishers Giunti the book Scrittori e cinema tra gli anni ‘50 e ‘60. He has written several short essays on Altman (Filmcritica), Lizzani (Editori Riuniti publishers), Wenders (Loggia dei Lanzi publishers). In 1998 he created and realized for 21 students the video-lab Catchers in the Rye, (for Mediateca Toscana, Province of Grosseto). As a director, screenplayer and/or executive producer he has made, since 1990, many videos, documentaries, commercials, docu-fiction, short fiction films. In 1999 he won the “David di Donatello” for best short film (Quasi fratelli).

During her summer holidays, Emma accidentally interrupts the therapy that keeps under control her unstable temper. Without her medicines she becomes overtly euphoric and brutally honest, bringing a bout of energy to everyone around her but also causing lot of confusion in their lives, especially in Marta’s, who has asked Emma to help her organize her wedding.

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