Italian director, screenwriter and film producer Stefano Veneruso presents “Da domani mi alzo tardi,” the film based on the book written by Anna Pavignano that traces the personal and artistic life of Massimo Troisi starting from a narrative pretext: unlike what actually happened, which is that the great actor died in 1994 right after he finished shooting “Il Postino,” in the film Massimo is alive but has chosen to retire to live in a mysterious country resort, far from stages and fame, cutting ties with everything he was before, including the people with whom he shared his existence.
Stefano Veneruso guest in Belgrade with “Domani mi alzo tardi”
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An exhibition that pays tribute to the great Italian actress in her hometown, conceived by Mauro Tarantino and curated by Bruno Di Marino, media historian
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