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Winter 1943. Martina is small child, who stopped talking since the death of her infant brother some years before. She lives in a rural area of central Italy. Her mother is pregnant again and... See more »

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Greta Zuccheri Montanari ...
Martina
Claudio Casadio ...
Armando
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Beniamina
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Lena
Vito ...
Signor Bugamelli (as Stefano 'Vito' Bicocchi)
Bernardo Bolognesi ...
Partigiano Gianni
Stefano Croci ...
Dino
Zoello Gilli ...
Dante
Francesca Gnech ...
Cielia
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Ufficiale medico SS
Giovanni Macchiavelli ...
Guglielmo Bugamelli
Germano Maccioni ...
Don Ubaldo Marchioni
Eleonora Mazzoni ...
Signora Bugamelli
Thaddäus Meilinger ...
Ufficiale SS
Francesco Modugno ...
Antonio
Maria Grazia Naldi ...
nonna Vittoria
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il Mercante
Diego Pagotto ...
Pepe
Laura Pizzirani ...
Maria
Michele Quadri ...
Michele
Mirko Quadri ...
Mirko
Frank Schmalz ...
Ufficiale Wehrmacht
Tom Sommerlatte ...
Ufficiale SS
Piero Tomasini ...
zio Domenico
Raffaele Zabban ...
Don Giovanni
Gabriel Agosti ...
Il soldato giocoliere
Alessandro Bacchi ...
Partigiano
Paolo Bacchi ...
Segretaire del Fascio locale
Eros Barbieri ...
Partigiano
Niklas Bardeli ...
soldato Wehrmacht
Caterina Basso ...
La maestra
Marco Cantori ...
Partigiano
Marco Casalini ...
Il parroco anzano
Francesco Calavetti ...
Commandante brigata
Maria Francesca Giordani ...
madre Don Giovanni
Angela Gorini ...
parente Don Giovanni
Carla Isidore Iacono ...
suor Antonella
Clemens Kieselbach ...
capitane Wehrmacht
Giacomo Magagnoli ...
Uomo stellato
Rita Markova Simeonova ...
Donna stellato
Anna Monti ...
L'uomo che verra
Luigi Palmieri ...
Il nonno
Pietro Passini ...
Il parroco di pianura
Andreas Pfundstein ...
soldato Wehrmacht
Gabriele Presi ...
Proprietaire terrero
Elena Raimondi ...
Laura Bugamelli
Gianluca Vannucci ...
soldato Wehrmacht
Bastian Zessner ...
soldato Wehrmacht
Adrian Zwicker ...
soldato Wehrmacht
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Massimo Don ...
Soldato tedesco
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Ufficiale Fascista
Martin Schlesinger ...
soldato Wehrmacht

Directed by

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Giorgio Diritti

Written by

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Giorgio Diritti ... (writer)
 
Giovanni Galavotti ... (writer)
 
Tania Pedroni ... (writer)

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Simone Bachini ... producer
Giorgio Diritti ... producer

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Marco Biscarini
Daniele Furlati

Cinematography by

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Roberto Cimatti

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Giorgio Diritti
Paolo Marzoni

Editorial Department

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Giovanni Bivi ... color timer
Federica Ravera ... assistant editor
Bart Verraest ... colorist
Monica Verzolini ... post-production coordinator
Giandomenico Zeppa ... on-line editor

Production Design by

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Giancarlo Basili

Art Direction by

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Ludovica Ferrario

Costume Design by

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Lia Francesca Morandini

Makeup Department

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Amel Ben Soltane ... makeup department head
Biasi Pierangela ... makeup artist
Daniela Tartari ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Ferdinando Cocco ... unit production manager
Ivan D'Ambrosio ... production leader
Valeria la Pietra ... assistant unit manager
Marco Milani ... assistant unit manager
Franco Pannacci ... production leader

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Irene Caselli ... assistant director
Francesca Lattanzi ... second assistant director
Icaro Lorenzoni ... assistant director
Manuel Moruzzi ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Lorenzo Carta ... assistant production designer
Cosimo Giannuzzi ... construction manager

Sound Department

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Paolo Amici ... sound effects editor
Gilles Barberis ... sound editor
Francesco Cucinelli ... re-recording mixer
Enzo Diliberto ... foley artist
Carlo Missidenti ... sound
Daniele Quadroli ... sound effects editor
David Quadroli ... sound effects editor
Fabrizio Quadroli ... sound effects editor
Alessandro Romano ... boom operator

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Tiberio Angeloni ... special effects
Franco Galiano ... special effects coordinator
Paolo Galiano ... special effects supervisor
Candio Manuel ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Stefano Marinoni ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Enrico Bortignon ... electrician
Cosimo Fiore ... still photographer
Simone Gulli ... grip
Gianluca Iaschi ... assistant camera
Andrea Legnani ... camera operator
Roberto Mezzabotta ... camera operator: "b" camera, second unit
Luca Nervegna ... second assistant camera
Elvis Pasqual ... gaffer
Lorenzo Pezzano ... additional steadicam operator
Stefano Protopapà ... grip
Giorgio Protti ... key grip
Alessandro Ruggeri ... steadicam operator
Andrea Testa ... gaffer
Fabrizio Vicari ... camera operator
Alessio Xamin ... electrician
Nicola Xella ... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Andrea Zoli ... steadicam operator

Casting Department

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Manuel Moruzzi ... casting coordinator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sabrina Beretta ... assistant costume designer
Valeria Maccarone ... first assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Daniele Di Biasi ... location manager
Tommaso Volpi ... location scout

Other crew

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Valerio Gnesini ... production assistant
Alessandra Gori ... backstage director
Grazia Netti ... production accountant
Federica Ravera ... continuity
Anna Scandola ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

Winter 1943. Martina is small child, who stopped talking since the death of her infant brother some years before. She lives in a rural area of central Italy. Her mother is pregnant again and Martina lives for the arrival of her new brother. Meanwhile, the war is getting closer and closer, forcing the people of the village to tread a difficult path, torn between the partisan brigades and the Nazi Army. On practically the same day as the birth of Martina's brother, the SS start a massive roundup of civilians in the area, an infamous event that will come to be known as the Marzabotto massacre during which more than 770 people were killed in houses, cemeteries and churches. Written by Palm Springs Internation Film Festival

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Also Known As
  • The Man Who Will Come (World-wide, English title)
  • L'homme qui viendra (France)
  • El hombre que vendrá (Spain)
  • El hombre que vendrá (Argentina)
  • Czlowiek, który nadejdzie (Poland)
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Runtime
  • 115 min
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Budget EUR3,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Goofs There is a scene of partisans walking through the snow at around 26:30. There are four shots in total, with three shots (1st, 2nd and 4th) showing seven partisans, and the other (3third shot showing nine partisans. See more »
Soundtracks Su! del Nilo al sacro lido See more »

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