IL FUTURO È TROPPO GRANDE

FUTURE, IT'S FAR TOO BIG

By Giusy BUCCHERI, Michele CITONI

GIUSY BUCCHERI AND MICHELE CITONI - as PROD

Documentary - Completed 2014

Dreams, worries, hopes of two second-generation youths
in present day Italy.

Festivals
& Awards

Festival del Cinema Africano, d’Asia e America Latina – Milano, Italy 2014
Special Mention in the “Extr’a” contest
Festival del Cinema Indipendente – Caserta, Italy 2014
Roma Tre Film Festival – Roma, Italy 2014
Festival of Migrant film – Ljubljana, Slovenja 2014
MedFilm Festival – Roma, Italy 2014
Artaud Film Festival – Padova, Italy 2014
MonFilmFest – Casalborgone, Italy 2014
Mediterraneo Video Festival – Agropoli, Italy 2014
“Simone Camilli” Prize, awarded by the Journalists’ Association of Campania
    • Year of production
    • 2014
    • Genres
    • Documentary, Biography
    • Countries
    • ITALY
    • Languages
    • ITALIAN, CANTONESE
    • Duration
    • 80 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Giusy BUCCHERI, Michele CITONI
    • Writer(s)
    • Giusy BUCCHERI, Michele CITONI
    • Producer(s)
    • First name LAST NAME (GIUSY BUCCHERI AND MICHELE CITONI)
    • Synopsis
    • A double portrait, and two vivid self-narrations as well, of Re and Zhanxing, two second-generation youths in present day Italy, addressing study and work, family and love, expectations and fears. Re was born in Italy in a Filipino family. He lives in Rome with his parents and sister, is engaged, attends university, works, and one day hopes to be accomplished in the arts. Zhanxing was born in China and at the age of ten has reached her parents who had moved to Italy. She is a graduate, lives alone, is looking for a clear definition of herself and will try to find it by traveling towards her own origins. They are young, and becoming adults imagining a future that coincides with their dreams. The amateur images shot by the two protagonists intertwine with the ones of the authors, providing the spectator with a composite and original narrative.
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