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CUORI PURI
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CUORI PURI

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Product ID: 8032807069869
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DIRECTOR: Roberto De Paolis
CAST: Selene Caramazza, Simone Liberati, Barbora Bobulova, Stefano Fresi, Edoardo Pesce, Antonella Attili, Federico Pacifici
DVD RELEASED: 2017
MOVIE RELEASED: 2017
GENRE: Drama
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
DURATION: 114 minutes
FORMAT: Region 2 PAL System DVD
LANGUAGE: Italian
SUBTITLES: Italian, English & French

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Agnese e Stefano sono molto diversi. Lei, 18 anni appena compiuti, vive con una madre dura e devota, frequenta la chiesa e sta per compiere una promessa di castità fino al matrimonio. Lui, 25 anni, è un ragazzo dal passato difficile che lavora come custode in un parcheggio di un centro commerciale confinante con un grande campo rom. Dal loro incontro nasce un sentimento vero, fatto di momenti rubati e di reciproco aiuto. Il desiderio l’uno dell’altra cresce sempre di più, fino a quando Agnese, incerta se tradire i suoi ideali, si troverà a prendere una decisione estrema e inaspettata.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
"Pure Hearts": Wide-eyed Agnese and streetwise Stefano are profoundly different. She is just eighteen and lives with her devout mother Marta. He is twenty-five, with a difficult past and who eyes the world with suspicion. Their unlikely pairing draws out aspects of themselves they barely connected with before. For Agnese, her growth into womanhood means pushing away the crutch of the Church. When Stefano’s parents are evicted, he realises there’s little difference between himself and the Roma he instinctively denigrates. Both young people feel their precarious sense of stability slipping away; clinging to each other may be their only chance of survival.

 

 

 

 

 

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