• Dopo la guerra / After the War
  • Dopo la guerra / After the War
  • Dopo la guerra / After the War

Dopo la guerra / After the War

by Annarita Zambrano New World View: Italy

Apart from her name, there is little which reminds Viola of her Italian roots. Living in Paris, the 17-year-old is just about to graduate when student protests at the University of Bologna culminate in a murder, which will leave her life turned upside down. Her father, Marco, a former Red Brigade activist, is suspected of having orchestrated the murder from Paris. To the horror of his daughter, Marco feels he has no choice but to flee. It is not just Viola that has to pay for Marco’s dark past, but also his mother, Teresa, and his sister, Anna, both of whom still live in Italy and have not heard from Marco for 20 years. Annarita Zambrano's excellently staged debut highlights the consequences which a formative chapter of recent Italian history can come bear upon its families.


  • Genre: Drama
  • Country, Year: France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, 2017
  • Runtime: 92 Min
  • Languages: Italian, French
  • Subtitles: English
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  • Director: Annarita Zambrano
  • Cast: Giuseppe Battiston, Charlotte Cétaire, Barbora Bobulova, Fabrizio Ferracane, Elisabetta Piccolomini
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  • Screenplay: Annarita Zambrano, Delphine Agut
  • Cinematography: Laurent Brunet
  • Editor: Muriel Breton
  • Sound: Ivan Dumas, Frédéric Heinrich
  • Music: Grégoire Hetzel
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  • Producers: Tom Dercourt, Stéphanie Douet, Mario Mazzarotto
  • Co-Producers: Sophie Erbs, Nadia Khamlichi, Emanuele Nespeca, Adrian Politowski, Gilles Waterkeyn, Dan Wechsler, Jamal Zeinal-Zade
  • Executive Producers: Thomas Jaubert, Simone Bachini
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  • Production Companies: Sensito Films, Cinéma Defacto, Movimento Film, Nexus Factory, Bord Cadre Films SARL
  • World Sales: Pyramide International
  • Swiss Distribution: Sister Distribution
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