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There’s still tomorrow: the first directed by Paola Cortellesi

There’s still tomorrow is the film directed by Paola Cortellesi for the first time and was chosen to open the Rome Film Fest

It’s called There’s still tomorrow and it’s an unreleased film that sees the directorial debut of Paola Cortellesi, who will also be the protagonist. The film was chosen to open the eighteenth edition of the Rome Film Fest, which will be held from 18 to 29 October 2023 at the “Ennio Morricone” Auditorium Parco della Musica. Let’s find out the details of this new film together!

There’s still tomorrow: the first directed by Paola Cortellesi

Obviously there is a lot of expectation because for the first time we see a multifaceted artist who has gone from imitations, transformations, parodies, satire, theatre, cinema and now reaches the camera. One of the most loved artists in Italy and with more talent than just this year she is about to make a debut that also sees her behind the scenes. This is because in the movie There’s Still Tomorrow, Paola Cortellesi is also the protagonist, together with Valerio Mastrandrea and joined by Romana Maggiora Vergano, Emanuela Fanelli, Giorgio Colangeli and Vinicio Marchioni. Paola Cortellesi also took care of the screenplay, together with Furio Andreotti and Giulia Calenda, while the distribution is by Vision Distribution.

Below we can discover together the official synopsis of this film, which is entirely in black and white.

Delia (Paola Cortellesi) is Ivano’s wife, the mother of three children. Wife, mother. These are the roles that define her and that’s enough for her. We are in the second half of the 40s and this ordinary family lives in a Rome divided between the positive thrust of liberation and the miseries of the war that has just ended. Ivano (Valerio Mastandrea) is the supreme boss and master of the family, he works hard to bring the little money home and never misses an opportunity to underline it, sometimes with contemptuous tones, others, directly with his belt. He has respect only for his rogue father, Sor Ottorino (Giorgio Colangeli), a spiteful and despotic old man whose carer Delia is to all intents and purposes. Delia’s only relief is her friend Marisa (Emanuela Fanelli), with whom she shares moments of levity and some intimate confidences. It’s spring and the whole family is buzzing about the imminent engagement of their beloved eldest daughter Marcella (Romana Maggiora Vergano), who, for her part, only hopes to quickly marry a good middle-class boy, Giulio (Francesco Centorame), and finally get rid of that embarrassing family. Delia also asks for nothing more, she accepts her life that has fallen to her and a good marriage for her daughter is all she aspires to. The arrival of a mysterious letter, however, will ignite the courage to overthrow the pre-established plans and imagine a better future, not just for her.

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Magdalena Skrok is an accomplished writer who delves into the realm of new movies and TV series. With an unwavering passion for cinematic storytelling, Magdalena keeps readers informed about the latest releases, upcoming projects, and exciting developments in the world of entertainment.