L’intrusa: the cinema truth by Leonardo Di Costanzo
As the director writes, "L’intrusa is not a film about the camorra; is a film about who lives together it. On who day after day tries to steal from it land, people, social consensus, without being a judge or a policeman. But it is also a story about that difficult balance to be found between fear and acceptance between tolerance and firmness. The other, the stranger to the group, perceived as a danger, is, I think, a theme of the times we live. "
L’intrusa is a tale of conflict and danger set in present day Naples. Like a modern Antigone, a social worker on the frontline of the daily war against criminal mentality is confronted with a moral choice that can destroy the sense of her work and her life forever.
Screenplay: Leonardo Di Costanzo, Maurizio Braucci, Bruno Oliviero. Cinematography: Hélène Louvart. Editing: Carlotta Cristiani. Set Design: Luca Servino. Costume Design: Loredana Buscemi. Music: Marco Cappelli, Adam Rudolph. Producer: Carlo Cresto-Dina, Tiziana Soudani, Thierry Lounas. Production: Tempesta, Rai Cinema, Amka Films Productions, Capricci Films, with contribution of Mibact, Eurimages, CNC - Cinema Du Monde, RSI. Distribution: Cinema.