Written by: Alessandra Motisi – Publication date: 16 minutes ago
Among the new contents of the upcoming Italian Netflix production we find the TV series Fidelity, based on the novel of the same name by Marco Missiroli, winner of the Young Strega Prize.
Loyalty will consist of six episodes and the plot will deal with the themes of jealousy, obsession and insecurity that can creep into a marriage due to an alleged betrayal. The show will debut on February 14, 2022 on Netflix.
The series is produced by Aunt Film, written by Alessandro Fabbri, Elisa Amoruso e Laura Colella, and directed by Andrea Molaioli e Stefano Cipani.
Carlo is a part-time professor of creative writing, while Margherita is an architect – but by profession she is a real estate agent. The two are married, but other people insinuate themselves into their marriage: Carlo is attracted to his pupil Sofia, while Margherita flirts with her physiotherapist Andrea. The young couple must therefore face the consequences of an alleged betrayal. Between seduction and reason, their relationship is put at a crossroads: is it right to remain faithful to your partner or to yourself?
The two would like to move to Milan, and it will be the search for an apartment that will be their only opportunity to express their loyalty, not only to each other but also to themselves.
In the role of the protagonists Carlo Pentecoste and Margherita Verna we find Michele Riondino e Lucrezia Guidone, while Sofia Casadei and Andrea will be played respectively by Caroline Hall e Leonardo Pazzagli.
The aforementioned actors will be joined by:
Maria Paiato in the role of Anna Verna;Gianluca Gobbi in the role of Luca;Elisa di Eusanio in the role of Eve;Maurizio Donadoni in the role of Paul Pentecost;Luisa Maneri in the role of Loretta Pentecoste;Sara Magalotti in the role of Silvia Pentecoste;Leonardo Carradori in the role of Lorenzo;Maurizio Lastrico in the role of Marco;Sara Lazzato in the role of Giulia;Lorenzo Aloi in the role of Leonardo;Camilla Carniello in the role of Lara;Federico Fazioli in the role of the Rector of the University;Giovanni Crozza Signoris in the role of Jacopo;Eugenio di Fraia in the role of Filippo;Alice Arcuri in the role of Joy;Giovanni Crozza in the role of Edo.