Duration: 58 min
Production year: 2018
Country of Production: Italy

A lap band moves to the next party of country on board a bus that always arrives three hours before, despite starting three hours later. Vituccia sfoglia rose, puts the petals in the freezer and sits to wait for the Madonna. When he sees it coming from the bottom of the street will meet them spreading the petals for indicate the way home. Raffaele, a quixotic madonnaro, fights against pedestrians and cars to defend his San Rocco e against time to preserve the popular sense of the religious holiday.

Press Kit
  • Official Selection Festival Cinemistica 2019
  • Best Documentary Mònde – Festa del Cinema sui Cammini  2019
  • Official Selection  Szczecin European Film Festival 2019
  • Official Selection TORINO FILM FESTIVAL 2018

Born in Taranto on June 2, 1986, he graduated from the Tor Vergata University of Rome at the DAMS Film Faculty and later attended the Griffith Cinema Academy. In 2010 he made the short film “L’ultimo incontro” and a year later he won the award for best director at the “48 Film Project 2011” with “Il buco nell’acqua”. Under the name of Independent Free Will, with a group of young filmakers, it produces numerous audiovisual products including a commercial for D&G. In 2018 the three-act documentary “Act of Faith” ends, and in the same year he signs the direction and script of “Brodo di carne”.