reż|dir Rosario Capozzolo | IT | 2017 | 10 min
prod|pro Roxy Shih, Rosario Capozzolo, Ludovica Isidori scen|wr Rosario Capozzolo, Ludovica Isidori zdj|ph Ludovica Isidori mon|ed Lorenzo Muto ob|cast Thaine Allison Jr., Sarah Carson, Sam Rodd, Micheal Joseph Harris, Helena Claussen, Marina Bakica, Deidre Martin


Inspired by true events, the film addresses the theme of dementia as a way to travel through time. A special gift that has the protagonist, Peggie, who, in a quiet californian afternoon, moving from one room to another in her home, crosses different epochs of her life. More than a timing jump in a few meters, where the last one will lead her into a blind alley from which only a person who is apparently stranger to her will be able to pull her out and bring her home. Like every day for at least ten years.

Rosario Capozzolo (1984, Macerata, Italy) is an Italian physician, director and screenwriter. From 2011, he has written and directed two shorts, some video clips, documentaries and commercials. He discovered the world of cinema at the age of 24, helping filmmakers in some independent cinema sets between Rome and Bologna, where he played the role of production assistant and then assistant director. This happened during his university studies in Medicine and Surgery in Bologna, where he graduated in 2010. Then he moved to Rome where he attended a School of Cinema called “Tracce” to improve his skills in screenwriting and film direction. He is currently writing his first feature.

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Projekt i realizacja: Tomasz Żewłakow