Alessio Rinaldi, a 25-year-old director, gets the charge from a producer to write the script of his first movie with Ubaldo Terzani, a well-known writer of horror novels. Alessio moves into... See full summary »
Against a heavy cloak of secrecy, a 12-year-old girl smitten with her handsome classmate ventures deeper and deeper into the enchanted Sicilian forests to find him, unaware of just how thick is the mystery behind his strange disappearance.
Honestly watch anything else, or sleep, or read a book, or go out for drinks. Watching this can't even call movie will make you feel bad towards Italian acting and directing. I feel I could have done much better with a camera and my own and as a character.
This movie it's an insult to people's brain. What upsets me is that they shot movies just to get money from govt. They should leave suck money for more important and serious well know problems, like hospitals and other main financial needs.
Will things ever change? I blame the directors, the poor acting, the awful script that would have been better written by a child at school. I hate that in such modern era there is still this crap going around from a country once famous for neorealism and other masterpieces. There is a strong need to promote talent and creative ideas, this country cannot go on with such friends and family culture.
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