Autore: Ettore Saniscalchi
* Cinema *
Mare dentro. Film del 2004 di Alejandro Amenabar con Javer Bardem e Belen Rueda. Ramon è costretto a letto da trent’anni. La finestra della sua stanza che affaccia sul mare è l’unica apertura verso il mondo, e l’unico suo desiderio è quello di mettere fine alla propria esistenza. L’arrivo di due donne sconvolge il suo mondo…
Game Of Thrones. Scene
I guardiani del destino. Film del 2011 di George Nolfi con Matt Damon e Emily Blunt. Un ambizioso politico in lizza per ottenere la carica di senatore conosce un’affascinante ballerina, però, non era previsto e rischia di deviare il percorso che gli del Destino hanno deciso per l’uomo.
Nancy. Film del 2018 diretto da Christine Choe. Sola e in cerca di un contatto umano, Nancy crea false identità su internet con le quali truffa le persone. Quando incontra una coppia la cui figlia è scomparsa Trent’anni prima, la donna si convince che questi sconosciuti siano i suoi genitori.
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.— Oscar Wilde.
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