Rainbow - A Private Affair

2017/Color/84mins/Italy, France




Category Cinema International
Director Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
Producer Donatella Palermo, Ermanno Olm,i Elisabetta Olmi, Serge Lalou, Eric Lagesse
Screenplay Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
Cinematography Simone Zampagni
Editor Roberto Perpignani
Music Giuliano Taviani, Carmelo Travia
Set Emita Frigato
Costume NA
Cast Luca Marinelli, Lorenzo Richelmy, ,Valentina Belle, Francesca Agostini, Jacopo Olmo Antinori, Antonella Attili
Production Company Stemal Entertainment, Ipotesi Cinema, Rai Cinema, Les Films d'ici, Sampek Productions
World Sales Pyramide International
Festival/Awards Toronto 2017, Busan 2017

Summer 1943, Piedmont, Italy. Milton loves Fulvia who plays with his love: she only likes the depth of his thought and the letters he writes to her. One year later, Milton has joined the Resistance and fights beside other partisans. He learns during a conversation that Fulvia was secretly in love with his best friend Giorgio, a partisan like him. Milton decides to go find Giorgio in the Langhe region of Italy with all its misty hills...But Giorgio has just been arrested by the Fascists.

Director:
Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani
Paolo Taviani was born in 1929 San Miniato, Tuscany. He began his career as a journalist before transitioning to cinema. Alongside his brother, Vittorio, he has directed a number of films including Padre Padrone (1977), The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982), Caesar Must Die (2012), and Wondrous Boccaccio (2015). Rainbow - A Private Affair (2017) is his latest film.
Vittorio Taviani was born in 1931 in San Miniato, Tuscany. He began his career as a journalist before transitioning to cinema. Alongside his brother, Paolo, he has directed a number of films including Padre Padrone (1977), The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982), Caesar Must Die (2012), and Wondrous Boccaccio (2015). Rainbow - A Private Affair (2017) is his latest film.

Selected Filmography:
Good Morning, Babylon (1987)
Il sole anche di notte (1990)
Fiorile (1993)
Tu ridi (1998)
Un altro mondo e possibile (2001)
La masseria delle allodole (2007)