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  • Greek Title Padrenostro
  • Original Title Padrenostro
  • Year: 2020
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: Italy
  • Duration: 122'
  • Director: Claudio Noce
  • Scriptwriter: Enrico Audenino, Claudio Noce
  • Cinematography: Michele D’Attanasio
  • Editing: Giogiò Franchini
  • Music / Score: Ratchev & Carratello
  • Sound: Valentino Giannì
  • Cast: Pierfrancesco Favino, Mattia Garaci, Barbara Ronchi, Francesco Gheghi, Francesco Colella, Antonio Gerardi
  • Production: Lungta Film
  • Co-production: PKO Cinema & Co.
  • Awards: Venice Film Festival (Copa Volpi for Best Actor)
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: Italian
  • Format: Μη διαθέσιμη πληροφορία
  • Subtitles: Greek
  • Print Source: Vision Distribution


Summer 1976, Rome, Italy. Valerio is ten years old and has a lively imagi- nation. His life as a child is turned upside down when, with his mother Gina, he witnesses an attack on his father Alfonso by a terrorist group. From that moment on, fear and a sense of vulnerability leave a dramatic mark on the feelings of the whole family. But it is precisely in those difficult days that Valerio gets to know Christian, a boy not much older than him. Solitary, rebellious and shameless, he seems to have appeared out of nowhere. That meeting, in a summer filled with discoveries, will change their lives forever.

Claudio Noce

Claudio Noce’s (Rome, 1975) short film “Aria” (2005) won the David di Donatello, the Nastro d'Argento, and the European Film Award at the Venice FF. His film “Adil E Yusuf” (2007) was selected for the Venice FF and nominated for a David di Donatello as Best Short Film. That same year, the documentary film “Aman e gli altri” was presented at the Turin FF. His first feature-length film, “Good morning, Aman” (2009) was selected for the section Critics’ Week at the Venice FF, won the FICE award for best debut filmmaker.

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