Futura

Futura
Futura

Year

2021

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Documentary

Language

Italian (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

How do young people feel about their opportunities to work, love, and travel after the Covid-19 pandemic? In this documentary, three filmmakers travel up and down Italy to interview young people about what the future holds for them. Taking a moment’s pause from a typical day – be it rowing through Venice, studying to be beauticians in Naples, or training at a Sardinian boxing club – the groups of teenagers talk about their dream professions, the opportunities in their home country and abroad, and their strategies for achieving their goals. They express themselves intelligently, vulnerably, bravely, joking and debating amongst each other about topics including the impact of social media and stress of lockdown. Offering a fascinating insight into the experiences of young Italians today, this documentary has a timeless feel that will resonate with anyone who is getting ready to face the world of adulthood.

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12A Classification

infrequent strong language, injury detail

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