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Grazia is 17 and lives in a small town in the South of Italy. Her brother Pietro disappeared years ago; she was told he was dead and her father never wanted to talk about it. One night, after a fight, Grazia enters into the sea and sees a human figure, in which she recognises her brother. That night she decides to search for him, breaking the rule of silence to which her father has always obeyed. Written by
This one is a murky, enigmatic drama of the Mafia bearing down on Calabria fish shop man Vinicio Marchioni and androgynous daughter Miriam Kalquist.
After watching him play a mute in BLAME IT ON FREUD, it's startling to find Vinicio has a deep, rich voice.
Most ringing element is the friendly neighborhood mobster, who brings a gift ox tongue with the offer Marchioni can't refuse. The port setting and the traveling carnival, where the boy who takes a interest in Kalquist works, add interesting texture to the piece but the plot of the mysterious missing brother edges the piece into art cinema obscurity.
Adequate production values.
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