In today's Il Sole 24 Ore, is a very nice article by Cristina Battocletti. Last week, The Jackie-O's Farm released "I'm Sorry," complete with video showing scenes from the film. An exciting start to a new year!
Arriving in one of the great cities of the world and seeing a sight like this was extraordinary. The feeling was, however, surpassed the next morning when I watched the movie itself in a proper cinema.
Il Capitale Umano opens in Italy on January 9, 2014 on an impressive 400 screens.
More to follow...
Tonight, I leave America's wintry east coast for Rome, where I will attend a press screening of Il Capitale Umano. From this side of the Atlantic, I sense a growing excitement in advance of the film's general release on January 9th. I am not the best judge, but I think people are right to be getting excited. Paolo Virzì and the talent he has assembled to take this story from the page to the screen have done a truly magnificent job.
Take a look at the trailer ...
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