Movie details


Director: Sergio Castellito
Cast: Jasmine Trinca, Stefano Accorsi, Alessandro Borghi, Fesderica Sabatini, Hanna Schygulla, Edoardo Pesce, Emanuela Aurizi, Rosa Diletta Rossi, Liliana Fiorelli
Screenplay: Margaret Mazzantini
Cinematography: Gianfilippo Corticelli 
Set Design: Luca Merlini
Costume Design: Isabella Rizza
Editing: Chiara Vullo
Music: Arturo Annecchino
Production: Indigo Film, HAT Film, Universal Pictures, International Italy, supported by MiBACT
World Sales: True Colours-Glorious Films - Gaetano Magliorino, gaetano 
Country: Italy 
Year: 2017 (Events ) 
Running Time: 103’ 
Festival di Cannes 2017-Un Certain-Regard

Fortunata (Jasmine Trinca) lives a frantic life, with an eight-year-old child and a failed marriage in her past. She is a home-based hair stylist, fighting daily to achieve her dream to open a salon, gain independence and be happy. She has planned every detail and she’s ready to face all obstacles, but she hasn’t considered one aspect: love. For the first time, she finds someone that values and loves her for the woman she is.

Born in Rome in 1953, Sergio Castellitto is considered one of the most accomplished Italian actors. He began his theatrical carrier with directors Luigi Squarzina and Enzo Muzii. In cinema, he was directed by Luciano Tovoli in The General of the Dead Army, by Ettore Scola in The Family, and by Mario Monicelli in Rossini! Rossini!. He was awarded two “Nastri d’Argento“ for his interpretation in Francesca Archibugi’s Il Grande cocomero and Giuseppe Tornatore’s L’uomo delle stelle, as well as a “Davide di Donatello“ with Don’t Move, a movie he also wrote and directed. Among other directors, he worked with Marco Bellocchio and Gianni Amelio. Castellitto appeared in TV playing memorable roles such as Fausto Coppi, Don Lorenzo Milani, Padre Pio ed Enzo Ferrari. In 1999 he debuted as director and screenwriter in Libero Burro, followed by La bellezza del somaro in 2010, Venuto al mondo in 2012, and Nessuno si salva da solo in 2015.