An introverted teenager tells his parents he is going on a ski trip, but instead spends his time alone in a basement.

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Olivia
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Lorenzo
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Lorenzo's mother
Veronica Lazar ...
Lorenzo's grandmother
Tommaso Ragno ...
Ferdinando
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Pychologist
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Michelangelo Ciminale
Francesca De Martini ...
Grocery's owner
Gabriele Dentoni ...
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Antonio Etzi ...
Grocery's owner
Christina Onori ...
Lady with dogs
John Paul Rossi ...
The Pusher
Alessandra Vanzi ...
Lorenzo's teacher
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A 14-year-old pretends to go on a ski trip, but actually spends the week in isolation in his basement, escaping society's pressure. When his 25-year-old half-sister enters the basement, a few emotional and confronting days and nights ensue. Written by Yurrit Avonds

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Drama | Family

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25 October 2012 (Italy)  »

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Me and You  »

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The book that Lorenzo is reading and quotes from is The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice (Scelti dalle Tenebre). See more »

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Featured in At the Movies: Cannes Film Festival 2012 (2012) See more »

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Rebellion (Lies)
Written and performed by Arcade Fire
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Change is hard
20 May 2014 | by (Göteborg, Sweden) – See all my reviews

I bit late to the party, but Bertoluccis latest(last) effort is a fine one indeed. This movie is a celebration to human relationships, and the potential in them for change. Why face the immediate hardships of life when you can be an angry spectator. Why have human relationships when they can hurt you. Why open up, when there is pain and suffering. Why need others when alone you are in control. This film tells you why.

This odd coming of age film set in an cellar describes the process of a relationship where in the end you feel like change is possible. This is a beautiful feeling indeed. And I thank Bertolucci for this.

See this film.


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