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Leo is sixteen and thinks she lives in an almost perfect world, but the sudden comeback of her father after a ten years' absence will crumble her fragile balance. Alì Trabelsi is a talented... See full summary »

Director:

Attilio Azzola

Writers:

Attilio Azzola (screenplay), Mario Nuzzo (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Luca Bonetti Luca Bonetti ... Federico Rossini
Joseph Scicluna Joseph Scicluna ... Ahmed Trabelsi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sonny Aro Sonny Aro ... Sonny
Monica Barbato Monica Barbato ... Yasmine Trabelsi
Francesco D'Agostino Francesco D'Agostino ... Chemistry teacher
Manuel Ferreira Manuel Ferreira ... Juan Villa
Roisin Grieco Roisin Grieco ... Leo Villa
Elena Lolli Elena Lolli ... Elena
Davide Lottfalla Davide Lottfalla ... Jalel Trabelsi
Jose Alberto Beltran Madalenguitia Jose Alberto Beltran Madalenguitia ... Beto
Antonietta Minnella Antonietta Minnella ... Jessica
Matilde Pezzotta Matilde Pezzotta ... Sara
Maria Pietroleonardo Maria Pietroleonardo ... Ada Sollima
Paolo Porta Paolo Porta ... Giulio
Caterina Scalenghe Caterina Scalenghe ... Arianna Sollima
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Leo is sixteen and thinks she lives in an almost perfect world, but the sudden comeback of her father after a ten years' absence will crumble her fragile balance. Alì Trabelsi is a talented Manga Artist and has an incurable attraction for improbable missions. Michele Mancia is a distinguished retired professor with two great passions: Old Tango Melodies and his impossible love for Maria. Three very different characters that life suddenly will bring together. Written by Attilio Azzola

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

8 September 2010 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Cahier intime See more »

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Budget:

€300,000 (estimated)
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Runtime:

(original)

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color (35 mm version)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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A sensitive and sensible piece of screen realism, to be appreciated both by the young and the adults
21 August 2009 | by yris2002See all my reviews

As an Italian, and unfortunately used to Italian bad movies, at least those that reach large distribution, interpreted by fashionable but unskilled actors and actresses, I am really proud of this rare gem within Italian cinematography. Of course, I had to trouble before finding it, but it was really worth the search.

The movie is interpreted by non-professional teenagers, and so more authentic and real. The picture escapes stereotypes about them, the problems and difficulties belonging to their age are always there, but it significantly refuses to portray, like media often do, a world of rude, bully boys and girls, and just wants to portray another possible and really existing juvenile reality. The result is a careful, delicate and funny portrait, between reality and fable, of a world of intelligent, sensitive, and emotionally fragile but deep young people. An interesting and intelligent response to box-office trash movie à la "Tre metri sopra il cielo", a totally pointless film, but adored by the Italian teens, incapable of telling anything besides banalities about them, just aimed at making money, exploiting their inner fragility and emotional distress, a movie a wouldn't allow my son or daughter to see.

"Diari" offers interesting food for thought also to adults, firstly because the difficulties and the trauma of adolescence often leave signs up to adult age, and also because the adults can't afford to be so ingenuous or stupid to think that behind that corrupted and often violent juvenile work lies a world of adults full of sense. On the contrary, I live in an adult world, which often distinguishes itself for egotistic, indifferent, and uncivilized behaviour, by no means good models for the young. The movie proves that a possible encounter between the world of the young, so full of wasted energy and the world of the adults, so empty and confused, is possible. This encounter is just the beginning of a sensible path, made up of concrete actions and care for others.

Unfortunately, Diari, the result of a project realized by a young director together with an educator, and written with the collaboration of the young actors, will probably never be seen by most young audience, a great pity, I hope teachers or educators will find it and distribute it in schools. A very precious piece of screen realism, far away from common places and didascalism, just sound and real.


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