After the War

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Showings

Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Youth (25 & Under):$8.00
Film Info
Original Title:Dopo la guerra
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:World Cinema
Women & Film
Spotlight: Chasms and Bridges
Tags:Culture & Society
Drama
Family Drama
Francophone
Social Justice
Women Directors
Voice Category:Expanded Horizons
Release Year:2017
Runtime:92 min
Country/Region:Italy
France
Belgium
Switzerland
Language:Italian
French
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Pyramide
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCCUvw15PZM
Cast/Crew
Director:Annarita Zambrano
Producer:Stéphanie Douet
Tom Dercourt
Cinematographer:Laurent Hetzel
Screenwriter:Annarita Zambrano
Delphine Agut
Editor:Muriel Breton
Composer:Grégoire Hetzel
Principal Cast:Giuseppe Battiston
Barbora Bobulova
Charlotte Cétaire
Marilyne Canto
Fabrizio Ferracane

Description

Since 1985, with the establishment of the Mitterrand doctrine which protected Itailian ex-militants from being extradited, Marco has lived in France without notice, conforming to civilian life and raising a daughter. But everything changes in 2002 when a university professor is murdered—echoing the real-life assassination of Italian jurist Marco Biagi—and his freedom is put on the line. The father takes his daughter, Viola, on the run, and they end up in a remote part of France. As the implications of exile starts to dawn on the teenage Viola, tensions rise between the father and daughter. Meanwhile, Marco's estranged family in Italy pays, once again, for its association with a terrorist.

Annarita Zambrano's first feature film, After the War is expertly crafted, and is both a study on familial bonds and a somber look at a man’s cycle of confronting, and avoiding, the shadows of the past.

Director Biography

Annarita Zambrano Annarita Zambrano was born in Rome and now lives in Paris. She has directed several short films: Andante Mezzo Forte ('08), A la lune montante ('09), Tre Orev ('10) and Ophélia ('13). In 2013, she directed L’Âme noire du Guépard, a documentary which analyzed with a political dimension Luchino Visconti’s masterpiece. After the War is Zambrano’s first feature film.

 

 


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