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Vinodentro – ReWined
2013 l 92’ l Italian l Colour l Italy Country Focus: Italy

It all started with the first wine sip Giovanni Cuttin had in his life. A Marzemino, a wine mentioned by Lorenzo da Ponte in his libretto for Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Since then, the shy clerk becomes the bank director, a lady-killer and the most revered wine expert in Italy. But soon he will be charged for his wife’s murder. Being grilled by Inspector Sanfelice, Giovanni reflects on the last 3 years of his life, dominated by an only mad passion: wine. Gradually the investigation becomes more and more caught between the boundaries of reality and its dreamlike counterpart. What if Giovanni, like Faust, met a diabolic force that made his life very special, only to settle the score later?

Director’s Biography
Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani (September 23, 1963, Milan) is an Italian director producer and screenwriter. He has directed feature films such as Mare Largo (1998), and Ilaria Alpi – ll Piu Crudele Dei Giorni (2002), this film traces the last days of the life of journalist Ilaria Alpi and cameraman Miran Hrovatin murdered in Somalia. Recently he has directed Zulu Meets Jazz, another documentary in collaboration with the Italian jazzman Paolo Fresu, current and spectacular testimony of the encounter between culture, art, music and above all, different realities.

Director : Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani
Producer : Sandro Frezza
Cast : Vincenzo Amato, Pietro Sermonti, Daniel Virgilio
Screenplay : Heidrun Schleef, Ferdinando Vicentini Orgnani
Cinematographer : Dante Spinotti
Editor : Alessandro Heffler
Music : Paolo Fresu
Production Designer : Massimo, Santomarco
Production Company : Alba Produzioni
Festivals : Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists

Selected Filmography
A Moment of Silence
Zulu Meets Jazz
Sessantotto – L’utopia della realta
Ilaria Alpi – ll piu crudele dei giorni
Open Sea
Apocrifi sul caso Crowley (Short)


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