NB Solo gente con biglietto sara' confermata per questo meetup / Only people with a ticket will be confirmed to this meetup
Tra i films italiani che saranno presentati al London Film Festival quest'anno, ho scelto 'Miele', opera prima di Valeria Golino, che tratta del tema controverso della eutanasia.
Il film e' presentato sabato 12 ottobre alle 18:30 al Rich Mix.
Se siete interessati, prenotate il vostro biglietto cliccando qui e indicate nella vostra RSVP che avete un biglietto cosi' che vi confermero' per il meetup.
Il mio posto e' G16
I have chosen the film 'Miele' as a meetup for this year's London Film Festival, on Saturday 12 October @ 6:30pm @ Rich Mix cinema.
This film is the debut film of the actress Valeria Golino and is about the difficult subject of euthanasia.
Should you be interested, please book your own ticket clicking here and state that in your RSVP.
My seat is G16
Topical drama about a woman with a false life that conceals her real, secret work in assisted euthanasia.
Director Valeria Golino Producers Viola Prestieri, Riccardo Scamarcio Screenwriters Valeria Golino, Francesca Marciano, Valia Santella With Jasmine Trinca, Carlo Cecchi, Libero de Rienzo, Vinicio Marchioni, Iaia Forte Italy-France[masked] mins Sales Cité Films
Renowned Italian actress Valeria Golino makes her debut as a feature film director with this impressive topical drama. Irene, aka Honey, is an independent young woman with a seemingly uncomplicated life with a large social network. But, in fact, it’s all a sham: a front for a complex secret existence ‘helping’ terminally ill people of all ages and stratas of society to end their lives. When she is called to an assignment where all her convictions are challenged, everything changes. Thought provoking, emotionally arresting and cleverly told, Honey is a carefully balanced, distinctive movie that avoids being agitprop for either side of the euthanasia debate. Its nuance is embellished by the sensitivity with which it depicts the situations in which Honey finds herself in, and is anchored by strong performances from Jasmine Trinca as Honey and Carlo Cecchi as the challenging Grimaldi.