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Like the Wind by Marco Puccioni



Like the Wind by Marco Puccioni

Inspired by a true story, Like the Wind narrates fifteen years of Armida Miserere's life, who was one of the first women to become prison governor. Suddenly Armida's companion, Umberto Mormile, is killed. To cope with the pain, Armida throws herself on the front line in the fight against crime, governing the most dangerous jails in Italy, while struggling to find the truth about Umberto's murder and to get justice. The film is conceived as a long flashback that highlights the most important moments of her life in the attempt to unveil her mystery.

After graduating in Architecture, Marco Simon Puccioni took up studies in film at California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles. After several short experimental films and documentaries, he made his feature film debut in 2002 with Quello che cerchi. Riparo, his second feature film, premiered at the Berlin Film festival in 2007 and toured the world in over hundred festivals. The feature documentary Il colore delle parole was in competition Orizzonti at the Venice Film Festival in 2009. Like the Wind, his third feature, premiered at the Rome film Festival in 2013. He is a co-founder of the filmmakers association Ring and the writers and director guild 100 autori.

The movie will be screened at the Pune International Film Festival, at the Yashwant International Film Festival in Mumbai and at the Aurangabad Film Festival.

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Date: Da Thursday, January 08, 2015 a Thursday, January 15, 2015

Entrance : With fee