Io Sto Bene

A film by Donato Rotunno, 2019
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Genre: Dramatic Comedy

Languages: Italian, Luxembourgish, French, English

Subtitles: English, French

Format: HD

Sound: 5.1

Duration: 100 min

Countries: Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany, Italy

Year: 2019

SYNOPSIS

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In the mourning of his wife, Antonio is haunted by the images of his native land, Italy. Leo, in search of a future out of her country, crosses his path. A game of mirrors between the old man and the young woman allows us to travel through time and imagine a more serene future for both.

CREDITS

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Director: Donato Rotunno

Screenplay: Donato Rotunno

Image: Jean-François Hensgens

Sound: Paul Maernoudt

Production Designer: Igor Gabriel

Costumes: Magdalena Labuz

Make-up: Sandra Campisi

Editing: Matyas Veress

Music: Massimo Zamboni

 

Cast: Renato Carpentieri, Alessio Lapice, Sara Serraiocco, Marie Jung, Vittorio Nastri, Maziar Firouzi, Véronique Kinnen, Anita Pomario, Luigi Di Razza, Jean-Paul Raths, Nicole Max, Pitt Simon, Jean-Paul Maes, Tommy Schlesser, Gabriel Boisante, Jules Werner, Rosalie Maes, Raoul Schlechter…

 

Produced by Tarantula Luxembourg, Tarantula Belgique, Maxma Film (Germany) and Vivo Film (Italy).

With the support of Film Fund Luxembourg and Wallimage.

DIRECTOR

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Donato Rotunno was born in Luxembourg in 1966 and gratuated from IAD in Belgium in 1992. He founded Tarantula Luxembourg in 1995, through which, to date, he has produced over 30 feature films. His career as a film director started with his graduation film Nebbiolo Rosso and continued with documentaries on specific themes to Luxembourg, including immigration (Terra Mia Terra Nostra, Les Mesures du rectangle), multi cultural society (Blà Blä Blá) ; questionning the role of politics with André et les voix dissidentes, and the relationship between contemporary art and film through Making of a picture, Landscape with a corpse, Dreams have a language. His first fiction film, In a Dark Place, won the award for best artistic contribution at the Lëtzebuerger Filmpräis in 2007. His second film, Baby(a)lone, an adaptation of the novel Amok by Tullio Forgiarini, was selected in many international film festivals and was chosen to represent Luxembourg at the 88th Academy Awards for Best foreign language film award. Io sto bene is his 3rd feature.