Amanda, the exclusive clip of Michèle Bravi’s highly anticipated first film



After being presented at Venice79, Amanda is about to land in the cinema. The film counts in its cast, among others, Benedetta Porcaroli, Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Michele Bravi, making its debut on the big screen.

On the occasion of the arrival in theaters on October 13 and the exclusive tour of screenings in the presence of the cast, Elsinore Film Wildsine & Tenderstories in collaboration with Charades and I Wonder Pictures recently released an exclusive clip of Amanda. This is the first original feature film by young director Carolina Cavalli. The film debuted in competition in the Horizons Extra section of the 79th Venice International Film Festival and at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival 2022. In the American competition, it was presented in the Contemporary World Cinema section. Amanda boasts of being the only Italian film to take part in these two very important film festivals simultaneously in 2022. Below is the new exclusive clip.

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Amanda, what to expect from Michele Bravi’s highly anticipated big screen debut

Amanda takes advantage of Carolina Cavalli’s direction. The film also features as protagonists: Benedetta Porcaroli; Galatea Bellugi; Michele Bravi; Monica Nappo and Margherita Maccapani Missoni. The feature also benefits from the extraordinary participation of Giovanna Mezzogiorno. Below, we report the official synopsis for the film, which hits theaters on October 13th.

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Since she remembers Amanda, 24, she has never had any friends. That’s what he wants the most. When she discovers that as babies she and Rebecca spent a lot of time together, Amanda chooses her new mission: to convince her that they are still best friends.

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Amanda marks the big screen debut of Michele Bravi. The singer-songwriter had previously participated in the six-episode mini-series Monterossi, which aired on Prime Video from January 17, 2022. The latter is based on the novels This is not a love song and Di rabbia e di vento, by Alessandro Robecchi. . As for Amanda, the feature is produced by Annamaria Morelli and Antonio Celsi for Elsinore Film, Mario Gianani and Lorenzo Gangarossa for Wildside, a Fremantle Group company, Moreno Zani and Malcom Pagani for Tenderstories. The film was made with the support of selective contributions from the MIC, funds for the development of the FCTP and that for the production of the POR FESR 2014-2020 of the Piedmont Region. Below, you can take a look at the latest clip, released recently, which features Benedetta Porcaroli and Galatea Bellugi.

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