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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Le fate ignoranti / THE IGNORANT FAIRIES
Zabaltegi - Festivals Top

Antonia and Massimo have been married for ten years. They live happily in a pretty house in a residential estate on the outskirts of Rome. Massimo's sudden death in a car accident throws Antonia into the depths of depression: she doesn't go to work, she doesn't go out with her friends and she ends up sinking into total seclusion. Until she discovers that Massimo has been seeing someone else for the last seven years. Coming out of her isolation to find the person in question, Antonia discovers that her rival was not a woman, but a man. Although the pair of them start by arguing with one another, they also feel a sort of mutual attraction: after all, they were both in love with the same man.
FERZAN OZPETEK Istanbul, 1959. Worked with Julian Beck's Living Theatre and as an assistant director, among others, with Mauricio Ponzi, Ricky Tognazzi, Massimo Troisi, Lamberto Bava, Sergio Citti and Marco Risi. His first two features, Hamam (Hamam, 1997) and Harem suare (The Last Harem, 1999) were internationally acclaimed. Hamam was screened in the Zabaltegi section of the San Sebastian Festival.
Ferzan Ozpetek
Gianni Romoli, Ferzan Ozpetek
Pasquale Mari
Patrizio Marone
Andrea Guerra
Margherita Buy, Stefano Accorsi, Serra Yilmaz, Andrea Renzi
TF1 International 125, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 92138 Issy-les-Moulineaux Tel.
Running Time
105 m.
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