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I told you: free tickets for the screening in the presence of director Ginevra Elkann in Bologna

I told you: free tickets for the screening in the presence of director Ginevra Elkann in Bologna

Appointment tonight at 8.00 pm at the Cinema Modernissimo in Bologna for the preview of I told you in the presence of director Ginevra Elkann, free tickets for Movieplayer.it readers.

I told you: free tickets for the screening in the presence of director Ginevra Elkann in Bologna

Some lucky readers of Movieplayer.it will be able to access the for free special screening Of I told you in the presence of director Ginevra Elkann which will be held tonight at 8.00 pm at the Modern Cinema of Bologna thanks to free tickets that you can request.

I told you so arrives in cinemas on February 1st distributed by Fandango. The film written by Ginevra Elkann with Chiara Barzini and Ilaria Bernardini, is a production of THE APARTMENT, a FREMANTLE group company, with RAI CINEMA.

How to request free tickets

Tickets valid for tonight’s screening will be assigned until sold out and must be requested by sending an email to info@blublunetwork.com quoting Movieplayer. Attention: emails that do not state this will not be taken into consideration and only those who will be granted tickets will receive a response to the email request.

We remind you that our readers can request free tickets valid from 1 to 4 February for the cities of Rome, Turin, Milan and Bologna by sending an email to info@blublunetwork.com by 1 February.

The synopsis of I told you so

When in Rome, in the month of January, aanomalous heat wave hits the Eternal City, a group of people sees their own progressively increase obsessions in step with the increase in temperature. Sex, food, drugs, alcohol, religion: everything that the protagonists try so hard to keep at bay overflows, leading them towards an announced mental collapse. There is Pupa, a now retired porn star (Valeria Golino), there is the alcoholic artist (Alba Rohrwacher) whose son is taken away from her by her heartbroken ex (Riccardo Scamarcio), and there is a psychopathic mother obsessed with Pupa and played by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi.

I told youhowever, is not a drama as one might think, according to Ginevra Elkann it is “a dramedy or dark comedy“. Interviewed by Variety, the director and producer explained that it all depends on perspective with which you look at things: “I think it’s important that the characters, even if they live in a very dramatic situation and are subjected to internal turbulence, can still be funny“.

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