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General Public:$12.00
Film Info
Program:New Releases
Virtual Cinema
Family Drama
Release Year:2019
Runtime:116 min
Festivals & Awards:2019 Cannes Film Festival
Language:English, Italian English
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Kino Lorber
Director:Abel Ferrara
Producer:Christos V. Kostantakopoulos
Laura Buffoni
Michael Weber
Simone Gattoni
Cinematographer:Peter Zeitlinger
Screenwriter:Abel Ferrara
Editor:Fabio Nunziata
Composer:Joe Delia
Principal Cast:Willem Dafoe
Anna Ferrara
Christina Chiriac
Filmography:King of New York (1990)
Bad Lieutenant (1992)
The Blackout (1997)
New Rose Hotel (1998)
Pasolini (2014)


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About the Film

Tommaso is the story of an American artist living in Rome with his young European wife Nikki and their 3-year- old daughter, Dee Dee.

Their relationship is in turmoil and Tommaso must come to terms with his wife’s desire to change the rules of their marriage. This change between Tommaso and his wife is set against his simple day to day life in Rome; as a student taking Italian classes, as a teacher working with young acting students, his dealings with the local markets and bars, and most importantly his relationship and the pure love he feels for his young daughter and she for him.

His artistic temper however brings another dynamic to the film. There is the world and the world that exists in Tomasso’s imagination, which especially concerns and impacts Nikki and the other women in his sphere of influence. He is a buddhist with active visions of the passion of the Christ as well as an ex-addict and alcoholic in active recovery, all in a city he calls home but is still foreign with the language and his ability to communicate a struggle. The drama builds from this idea of reality and imagination, and resolves in the discovery of what he and Nikki really want, need from and are capable of giving each other and their family.


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