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Sicilian Ghost Story Sicilian Ghost Story

Fabio Grassadonia, Antonio Piazza / Italy, Switzerland, France / 2017 / 132 min / Slovene subtitles, Italian / 15+

Based on true events, writer-director duo Fabio Grassadonia and Antonia Piazza tell a story about the indestructible power of love, whose fantastical world beats against the dark reality of mafia kidnappings in this breathtaking film.

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In a small Sicilian village at the edge of a forest, thirteen-year-old Giuseppe, son of a Mafia witness who had controversially testified in court, suddenly disappears. Deeply in love with Giuseppe, his schoolfriend Luna is unable to come to terms with his death, and rebels against the culture of silence and fear that surrounds her. In search of her lost friend, she enters a murky world under the surface of a secret lake…

Based on true events, writer-director duo Fabio Grassadonia and Antonia Piazza tell a story about the indestructible power of love, whose fantastical world beats against the dark reality of mafia kidnappings in this breathtaking film.

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