“My Good Pal” star Margherita Mazzucco is about to play Saint Clare of Assisi in Susanna Nicchiarelli’s new function movie “Chiara” which can conclude the director’s trilogy of feminine biopics additionally comprising “Nico, 1988” and “Miss Marx.”
Nicchiarelli’s portrait of the thirteenth century saint born right into a rich household who at age 18 turned a nun after listening to St. Francis preach is being produced by the director’s common producers, Marta Donzelli and Gregorio Paonessa’s Vivo Movie, with RAI Cinema and Belgium’s Tarantula.
Italian actor Andrea Carpenzano (“The Champion”) can also be set to star.
“The energy of Chiara’s story lies in her modernity: in spite of everything, we’re speaking about an eighteen 12 months outdated who, though in a really totally different context from ours, fights for her goals,” Nicchiarelli mentioned in a press release. “I’m satisfied that his story may also communicate to the ladies and boys of as we speak, and to anybody who has been eighteen and had a dream to battle for,” she added.
The Franciscans and Saint Clare’s followers had been daring younger individuals who “thought outside-the-box, had been captivated with life, and had a revolutionary venture and a want to rethink the world, fully rejecting lots of the important precepts that also regulate our society relating to non-public property; household; and, in fact, cash. Their message is easy, as are their miracles” Nicchiarelli went on to notice.
Capturing on “Chiara” is predicted to begin in November.
In the meantime The Match Manufacturing unit has taken worldwide gross sales on one other Vivo Movie function titled “Il Pataffio” (first look picture beneath) a black comedy set within the Center Ages, primarily based on a novel by Luigi Malerba about an aristocratic couple residing in a run down fortress amid a famine contending for meals with the decrease courses.
“Pataffio” is about in a world just like that of Mario Monicelli’s “The Unbelievable Military of Brancaleone,” which went to Cannes in 1966. It’s directed by newcomer Francesco Lagi who helmed Netflix’s Unique Italian collection “Summertime” and stars Lino Musella, Giorgio Tirabassi, Viviana Cangiano, Giovanni Ludeno, Vincenzo Nemolato, Alessandro Gassmann and Valerio Mastandrea.
Pic, which is predicted to wrap principal pictures on July 17, is co-produced by Vivo Movie with RAI Cinema and Belgium’s Umedia, in affiliation with Milan-based Colorado Movie.