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Tomorrow (2001)
"Domani" (original title)

 |  Drama  |  26 January 2001 (Italy)
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This ensemble drama details the friendships that grow between survivors of the 1997 Umbria earthquake. The original story, a fiction about the historic earthquake was written by middle ... See full summary »

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Marco Baliani ...
Paolo Zerenghi
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Stefania Zerenghi
Valerio Mastandrea ...
Giovanni Moccia
Ilaria Occhini ...
Mrs. Moccia
Patrizia Piccinini ...
Betty
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Andrew Spender
David Bracci ...
Agostino Zerenghi
Michèle Moretti ...
Tina Onofri (as Michela Moretti)
Margherita Porena ...
Vale Toppetti
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Filippo Zerenghi
Silvio Vannucci ...
Sandro
Stella Vordemann ...
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Claire
Paolo Taviani ...
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This ensemble drama details the friendships that grow between survivors of the 1997 Umbria earthquake. The original story, a fiction about the historic earthquake was written by middle school students. The story was adapted for the film. Francesca Archibuga is the first person to tackle the aftermath of Italy's devastating earthquakes especially in this medieval town in Umbria. This film divides its time between the children and adult survivors of this calamity. The townsfolk deal with various issues as they try to resume normal lives in a homeless situation. Adding aesthetic interest is a priceless Fra Angelico fresco endangered in the church, which English art expert Andrew Spender (James Purefoy) is sent to restore. A relationship develops between handsome Andrew and the plain school teacher. Sides are taken in the community concerning the necessity of protecting the fresco when there are more urgent needs. The story is laid out in a series of existential jolts: a young boy sees a ... Written by anonymous

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Beautiful movie on people involved in an earthquake
8 February 2001 | by (Milan, Italy) – See all my reviews

Actors and actresses are simply wonderful. The director uses (as usual) a very sensitive point of view to describe lives and feelings of different people involved in the earthquake that destroyed Umbria&Marche (September 26th, 1997) in Italy. We can actually feel the anxiety, the fear and the hopelessness of men, women and children who lost all their things and dreams, but also their need to create a new..."Tomorrow" (the movie's title).


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