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LAZZARO FELICE
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LAZZARO FELICE

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Product ID: 8032807074689
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DIRECTOR: Alice Rohrwacher
CAST: Adriano Tardiolo, Agnese Graziani, Luca Chikovani, Alba Rohwacher, Sergi Lopez, Natalino Balasso, Tommaso Ragno, Nicoletta Braschi

DVD RELEASED: 2019
MOVIE RELEASED: 2018
GENRE: Drama
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
DURATION: 112 minutes
FORMAT: Region 2 PAL System DVD
LANGUAGE: Italian
SUBTITLES: Italian & English

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Quella di Lazzaro, un contadino che non ha ancora vent’anni ed è talmente buono da poter sembrare stupido, e Tancredi, giovane come lui, ma viziato dalla sua immaginazione, è la storia di un'amicizia. Un’amicizia che nasce vera, nel bel mezzo di trame segrete e bugie. Un’amicizia che, luminosa e giovane, è la prima, per Lazzaro. E attraverserà intatta il tempo che passa e le conseguenze dirompenti della fine di un Grande Inganno, portando Lazzaro nella città, enorme e vuota, alla ricerca di Tancredi.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
"Happy As Lazzaro":  It’s summer at Inviolata, an isolated rural estate, where an extended family of tobacco farmers toil under the rule of a domineering marchesa, and where the handsome and hard-working Lazzaro (captivating newcomer Adriano Tardiolo), a young man imbued with a saint-like innocence, is alternately adored and taken advantage of. When the marchesa’s self-absorbed son, Tancredi (Luca Chikovani) first visits the fields, he senses an opportunity and embroils Lazzaro in an audacious plan to swindle his mother.  Channelling the spirit of Pasolini, Rohrwacher’s fascinating tale casts an ethereal, wondrous spell, and confirms her status as one of the most inventive and compelling voices in contemporary Italian cinema.
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