Eric Wolfram's Writing, Not Fair (Non giusto)

Not Fair (Non giusto)

Directed by Antonietta de Lillo

Synopsis
U.S. Premiere -- This is a marvelously affecting story in which the children are the emotionally assured, mature ones, and the adults are confused, lonely and distraught. Sofia and Valerio (Maddalena Polistina and Daniele Prodomo in brilliant performances), two children on the verge of adolescence, meet by chance during a summer in sunny, seaside Naples. The children have something in common: Their parents are divorced, and they are in the custody of their fathers, who are the sensitive, caring ones; the mothers are absent, apart from brief, hostile appearances and phone calls. Lifes not fair, the children say, as they face the world. The problems are just as real, the solutions just as hazy.

Preceded by Sets. 5 min. Dir. Marco Zarotti.

My Impressions of this Film
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Credits:
Country: Italy
Year: 2001
Run Time: 90 minutes

This Film can be viewed at the New Italian Film Festival


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