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A Brighter Tomorrow

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  • CountryItaly/France
  • Production Year2023
  • Running Time95min
  • Format DCP
  • ColorColor
Program Note
Italian filmmaker Giovanni (Nanni Moretti) is preparing a movie about the conscience of the Italian Communist Party in 1956. Should the Italian Communist Party side with the Soviet Union or support the independent Hungary? This dilemma is played out through Giovanni and his wife, who advocate for different camps. Giovanni’s wife, who is also a producer, eventually leaves him, and the French producer (Mathieu Amalric) is arrested for fraud, which halts filming. A Brighter Tomorrow is as much a political comedy as it is a chronicle of a couple and a bittersweet look at the Italian film industry. Will Giovanni accept the offer of a Korean producer who introduced him to the flavor of soju? With imagination and humor, Nanni Moretti expresses his love for free cinema and political films and captivates the audience with beautiful canzones. A Brighter Tomorrow says: Even in the worst of times, we still need to believe that the future will be brilliant. (SEO Seunghee)
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Nanni MORETTI
Nani Moretti was born in Italy in 1953. He is a film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor. He made his debut with the feature documentary Ecce Bombo (1978) and received the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival for Sweet Dreams (1981). Red Wood Pigeon (1989) was ranked as the top film of the year by Cahiers du Cinéma, and since Caro diario (1993), all of his films have premiered at Cannes. His film The Son′s Room (2001) won the Palme d′Or at Cannes, and in 2012, he served as the President of the Official Competition Jury at Cannes. In 2021, his film Three Floors (2021) was screened at Cannes and the Busan International Film Festival.
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  • Director Nanni MORETTI 난니 모레티
  • Producer Nanni MORETTI, Domenico PROCACCI
  • Cast Nanni MORETTI, Margherita BUY, Silvio ORLANDO, Barbora BOBULOVA, Mathieu AMALRIC
  • Screenplay Francesca MARCIANO, Nanni MORETTI, Federica PONTREMOLI, Valia SANTELLA
  • Cinematography Michele D'ATTANASIO
  • Production Design Alessandro VANNUCCI
  • Editor Clelio BENEVENTO
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