Great success at Cannes Film Festival for Lazzaro felice, film set in Viterbese
A thunderous applause has decreed the great success at Cannes Film Festival for Lazzaro felice, film set in Viterbese by Alice Rohrwacher, the director who in 2014, at the same festival, won the Grand Prix with the film Le meraviglie.
Lazzaro is such a pure hearted young man that many would consider him to be an idiot. He might be a peasant but he’s worthy enough for the friendship of spoiled aristocrat Tancredi. They find joy in a forgotten pastoral world of deception and lies. The truth will separate them, but Lazzaro’s loyalty will withstand the test of time when he is catapulted alone into a bleak metropolis.
Adriano Tardiolo, Alba Rohrwacher, Luca Chikovani, Agnese Graziani, Sergi López, Natalino Balasso, Tommaso Ragno, Nicoletta Braschi, Pasqualina Scuncia, Carlo "Carletto" Tarmati, Gala Othero Winter, Elisabetta Rocchetti, Edoardo Montalto, Carlo Massimino, Maddalena Baiocco, Giulia Caccavello.
Screenplay: Alice Rohrwacher; cinematography: Hélène Louvart; editing: Nelly Quettier; set design: Emita Frigato; costume design: Loredana Buscemi; music: Piero Crucitti; producer: Carlo Cresto-Dina, Michael Weber, Viola Fügen, Alexandra Henochsberg, Grégory Gajos, Arthur Hallereau, Tiziana Soudani.
The first part of the film was been set in Bagnoregio and in its hamlet Vetriolo, in province of Viterbo, and in Castel Giorgio, in province of Terni in Umbria.
The second part was been set in Milano, Torino and Civitavecchia.