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À la Recherche: the trailer of Giulio Base’s film in cinemas from 2 November

À la Recherche: the trailer of Giulio Base's film in cinemas from 2 November

À la Recherche, the new film by Giulio Base inspired by Proust, starring Anne Parillaud, will be presented at the Rome Film Festival. Here is the official trailer.

It will be previewed at the 18th edition of the Rome Film Festival within the “Freestyle” section, In searchthe new film directed by Giulio Base, who has it written with Paolo Fosso. The director also stars in it together with the famous French actress Anne Parillaud. After the festival preview, the film will arrive in cinemas on November 2nd and this is the official trailer.

In Search: the plot of the film

Played by the splendid French actress Anne Parillaudprotagonist together with Giulio Basethe film represents a tribute to Marcel Proust and a special tribute to Luchino Visconti and to the Italian cinema of the 70s. Produced by Agnus Dei Tiziana Rocca Production with Rai Cinema, in co-production with Rosebud Entertainment Pictures and with the contribution of the Ministry of Culture and the Center National du Cinèma et de l’Image Animée, it will be released in cinemas on 2 November and will be distributed by Eagle Pictures . This lto plot:

Italy, 1974. Ariane, a beautiful woman of the French aristocracy and Pietro, an Italian B movie screenwriter, come from very different backgrounds but what they have in common is the fact that they find themselves at a stalemate in their lives. Many of their dreams have not come true… …the opportunity to redeem themselves presents itself: to write a screenplay based on the novel “À la Recherche du Temps Perdu” by Marcel Proust to submit to Luchino Visconti. It could be the definitive turning point. The work of writing together becomes a clash of characters, of culture, of solitudes; in the background an Italy torn apart by profound changes and social conflicts which cannot fail to have repercussions on the lives of individuals.

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