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05/09/2013 h 17:00Astra
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Lux Prize
MIELE - HONEY
by Valeria Golino
Italy, 2013, 96', HD, color

screenplay 
Francesca Marciano, Valeria Golino, Valia Santella
based on the novel A nome tuo by Mauro Covacich
cinematography Gergely Poharnok
editing Giogiò Franchini
art direction Paolo Bonfini
costumes Maria Rita Barbera
cast Jasmine Trinca (Irene, Miele), Carlo Cecchi (Grimaldi)
Libero De Rienzo (Rocco)Vinicio Marchioni (Stefano)
Iaia Forte (Clelia)Roberto De Francesco (Filippo)
Barbara Ronchi (Sandra)Massimiliano Iacolucci (Padre di Irene)
Claudio Guain (Ennio)Elena Callegari (Carla)
Teresa Acerbis (Madre di Lorenzo)Jacopo Crovella (Lorenzo)
Valeria Bilello (Madre di Irene)Gianluca De Gennaro (Ragazzo discoteca)

producers 
Riccardo Scamarcio, Viola Prestieri
production Buena Onda
with Rai Cinema
coproductions Les Films des Tournelles, Cité Films
in association with Gianluca De Marchi - Strategie di Comunicazione
Maggiore Rent
with the support of
Regione Lazio - Fondo Regionale per il Cinema e l'Audiovisivo
MiBAC - Direzione Generale per il Cinema

world sales 
Cité Films
26, rue Montrosier, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France
Ph. +33 1 82645298 - Fax +33 1 46400205

distribution 
BIM Distribuzione
Via Lorenzo Magalotti 15, 00197, Roma, Italia
Ph. +39 06 3231057 - Fax +39 06 3211984
fdesanctis@bimfilm.com - www.bimfilm.com

Miele is the story of Irene, a 30-year-old woman who helps people who are suffering: terminally-ill patients who want to hasten their inevitable end, or people whose sufferings diminish their dignity as human beings. One day, a 70-year-old man in good health, who simply thinks he has lived long enough, asks her to help him. Their meeting will put Irene's convictions to the test and trigger off an intense debate between the two, during the course of which their relationship becomes charged with implications and emotional ambiguity.

In 1983 Valeria Golino was signed by Lina Wertmüller to appear in A Joke of Destiny. Two years later, she had her first starring role in Peter Del Monte's Little Fires. Golino won the Volpi Cup for Best Actress for her role in Citto Maselli's A Tale of Love. At the age of 22 she moved to Hollywood and co-starred in Rain Man by Barry Levinson, alongside Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, among other films. In 2002 she won a Silver Ribbon as Best Starring Actress for her role in Respiro by Emanuele Crialese, and in 2006 a David di Donatello in the same category, for Mario's War by Antonio Capuano. In 2009 she picked up another Silver Ribbon for Best Song ("Piangi Roma"), which she performed with the Baustelle in Giuseppe Piccioni's film Giulia Doesn't Date at Night, in which she also starred. In 2010 she made her directorial debut with the short Armandino and the Madre. Miele, which premiered at Cannes in the Un Certain Regard section, marked Golino's feature film debut.

2013 Miele
2010 Armandino e il madre (sm)

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