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Κατάλογος Αφιερώματος
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  • Greek Title Οι αδελφές Μακαλούζο
  • English Title The Macaluso sisters
  • Original Title Le sorelle Macaluso
  • Year: 2020
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: Italy
  • Duration: 94'
  • Director: Emma Dante
  • Scriptwriter: Emma Dante, Elena Stancanelli, Giorgio Vasta
  • Cinematography: Gherardo Gossi
  • Editing: Benni Atria
  • Sound: Benni Atria
  • Cast: Viola Pusateri, Eleonora De Luca, Simona Malato, Susanna Piraino, Serena Barone, Maria Rosaria Alati, Anita Pomario, Donatella Finocchiaro, Ileana Rigano, Alissa Maria Orlando, Laura Giordani, Rosalba Bologna
  • Production: Rosamont SRL
  • Co-production: Minimum Fax Media
  • Awards: Venice International Film Festival - International Competition - La Pellicola d'Oro Award & Pasinetti Award (Best Actress)
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: Italian
  • Format: Μη διαθέσιμη πληροφορία
  • Subtitles: Greek
  • Print Source: Charades

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Maria, Pinuccia, Lia, Katia, Antonella. The childhood, adulthood and old age of five sisters born and raised in an apartment on the top floor of a small block in the suburbs of Palermo, where they live alone, without their parents. When the sisters are between nine and eighteen years old, the youngest, Antonella, dies at sea. Thirty years later, Antonella still lives among them, she is still a child, and survives in the memory of her sisters. A home that bears the marks of the time that passes, as do those who have grown up in it and still live there. The story of five women, of a family, of who goes, who remains and who resists.


Emma Dante

Emma Dante (Palermo, 1967) is an Italian playwright, theatre director and stage actress. She wrote, directed and starred in the film “A Street in Palermo” (2013). She later directed numerous operas, including Richard Strauss' “Feuersnot” and Hans Werner Henze's “Gisela!”. In 2020 she co-wrote and directed “The Macaluso Sisters”, based on her own acclaimed play.


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