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Sicilian Ghost Story

Sicilian Ghost Story
Sicilian Ghost Story

Year

2017

Duration

114 minutes

Genres

Crime, Drama, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

Italian (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

In a small Sicilian village located at the edge of a forest, 13 year-old Giuseppe – the son of a Mafia hitman-turned-informant – suddenly disappears one day. His classmate and girlfriend, Luna, refuses to accept the mysterious events and attempts to track him down, despite the implication that his disappearance is linked to his father’s criminal former bosses. Luna battles her witch-like mother and local police corruption, as well as silence and complicity within the community, as she plots her request and her imagination conjures up mysterious and magical visions of where Giuseppe might be. ‘Sicilian Ghost Story’ is an original, modern fairy tale which presents stark contrasts between fantastical worlds and bleak reality.

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15 Classification

Strong threat, language, gore.

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