This is the fifth Pranzo italiano of 2012!
The movie is Cavalli (Horses), Italy 2011, directed by Michele Rho, a fairly new director.
It is a drama about boys growing to men and their horses.
Cavalli is directed by Michele Rho and it is based on a story by Pietro Grossi. Cavalli is an archetypal story of two brothers going through their rites of passage to manhood. Cavalli takes place in the late 19th century, in a small Tuscan village in the Appenines mountains. The story is universal, the scenery in the movie is gorgeous.
The film was entered in the 2011 Venice Film Festival and the 2012 Santa Barbara CA Film Festival; and it has not been picked up for distribution here in the US.
You can see more about the movie at
http://www.youtube.com and the trailer at http://cineuropa.org
Runtime: 1h 34 min
The movie is in Italian with English subtitles.
The dinner charge is for pizza, green salad, bread and soft drink (mineral water or soda). Tax and gratuities are not included. The movie is free.
If possible, please pay in cash.
The event will take place only if at least 15 people sign up. This number must be reached by September 26. If the headcount is not met, the event will be cancelled.
The maximum number of attendees is 28, but we will watch the 'wait list' and try to get you in if there is a cancellation.
Due to limited seating and as the owner needs a correct headcount, in the event you are not able to attend, please cancel your reservation with at least 48 hours' notice.