The trailer for a new Netflix film, all Italian, has been released, it is Era Ora, a new comedy with Edoardo Leo and Barbara Ronchi
A new all-Italian film is about to land on the platform Netflix, il March 16. It’s about It was timea new production presented at Rome Film Fest 2022, which has as its protagonist Edward Leo e Barbara Ronchithis time dealing with the time value.
It was about time: plot and cast of the new comedy with Edoardo Leo
The film focuses attention on a deeply felt theme in our modern and hectic age: time. In fact, the story tells of Dante, a man with a frenetic life and high career ambitions who lives with his partner Alice, an artist in search of success. The couple enters a crisis when the woman is no longer able to bear the man’s frenetic pace, always in a hurry and unable to stop and give her the right attention. One day, however, Dante wakes up and realizes that he is a year away from the previous evening. He will therefore fall into a time spiral, in which each new day corresponds to one more year of his life.
The two protagonists Dante and Alice are played respectively by Edward Leo, winner of Silver Ribbons 2022 for the documentary dedicated to Gigi Proietti e Barbara Ronchi. Also in the cast Mario Sgueglia, Francesca Cavallin, Andrea purgatory, Once Said e Massimo Wertmuller. The film is directed by Alexander Aronadio who also oversaw the writing, in collaboration with Renato Sannio. Era Ora is produced by BIM Production, Palomar e Vision Distribution.
The film is actually a remake of the Australian film”As if there were no tomorrow“, by John Lawson, dated 2021.
The words of the actors
Edoardo Leo underlined how this film moves the audience towards a reflection on the value of time and what each of us does with it. The actor confessed:
In the path I’m trying to follow as an actor, I’m interested in films that talk about us and that I would go to see as a spectator, because they intrigue me. I have a feeling, ever since I read the script, that this movie really speaks to people and that’s something a comedy should always do.
Barbara Ronchi tells what effect the film had, already during filming:
I remember that when we were on the set, every time we stopped, there was someone from the crew who, reflecting on the scenes they had just shot, realized how much they showed reality, ending up exclaiming “that’s exactly how it happens to me too”.
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