The Sicilian girl [DVD videorecording] / An Italian/French co-production ; R&C Produzioni, Eurofilm, Roissy Films, Studio37, Malec Production, Cite Films in cooperation with RAI Cinema/Italy and Mediterranea Film/France with the participation of Canal+ and TPS Star ; produced by Tilde Corsi....[et al.] ; written by Marco Amenta and Sergio Donati ; director, Marco Amenta.
Contributor(s): Amenta, Marco | D'Agostino, Veronica | Jugnot, Gérard | Music Box FilmsMaterial type: FilmLanguage: Italian Original language: Italian Subtitle language: English Publisher: Chicago : Music Box Films, 2010Description: 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inSubject(s): Atria, Rita, -1992 -- Drama | Mafia -- Italy -- Sicily -- Drama | Organized crime -- Italy -- Drama | Mafia -- Italy -- Drama | Mafiosi -- Italy -- Drama | Teenage girls -- Italy -- Drama | Judges -- Italy -- Drama | Retribution -- Drama | Fathers and daughters -- Italy -- Drama | Brothers and sisters -- Italy -- Drama | Foreign films -- ItalyGenre/Form: Gangster films. | Feature films. | Gangster films. | Feature films.DDC classification: 791.43/72 LOC classification: PN1997.2 | .S53 2010
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DVD, widescreen (1:85), NTSC, region 1, Dolby digital 5.1 or 2.0.
Italian dialogue; optional English subtitles.
Veronica d'Agostino, Gérard Jugnot, Marcello Mazzarella, Francesco Casisa, Primo Reggiani, Paolo Briguglia.
Cinematographer, Luca Bigazzi; editor, Mirco Garrone; music, Pasquale Catalano.
"Based on a true story"--Cover.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2008.
Not rated. [New Zealand classification: M, suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over. Contains violence, crude language, and sex scenes]
Dramatic retelling of the story of Rita Atria, a 17-year-old Sicilian girl whose father and brother were both Mafia members (and victims) who breaks the vow of silence that enshrouds that world, and gives evidence to famed anti-Mafia judge Paolo Borsellino. Her days are numbered from that moment on. She only has nine months to live.
Special features: making of featurette, theatrical trailer.