The Permission - 48 hours off, second film by Claudio Amendola
From today in cinemas Permission - 48 hours off, the second film directed by Claudio Amendola.
In his second experiment behind the camera, Claudio Amendola directs a multifaceted cast, on which stands an incredible performance by Luca Argentero, in a film, produced by Claudio Bonivento, born from the pen of Giancarlo De Cataldo, author of Suburra and Romanzo Criminale, with the collaboration of the same director and Roberto Jannone.
Luigi, Donato, Angelo and Rossana have been granted 48 hours out of the prison of Civitavecchia. For different reasons they are in jail, where they have to serve their debt to justice. But now they are out, and they must decide how to spend the little time it has been granted. Revenge, redemption, redemption, love. Once out each of them will have to deal with the world changed while they were inside.
Donato Luca Argentero, Luigi Claudio Amendola, Angelo Giacomo Ferrara, Rossana Valentina Bellè, Sasà Antonino Iuorio, Charlotte Valentina Sperlì, Goran Ivan Franek, Rita Alessandra Roca, Michele Simone Liberati, Gaetano Massimo De Santis, Paola Silvia Degrandi, Liska Stefano Rabatti, Sercio Andrea Carpenzano, Gomma Davide Argenti, Walter Gerry Mastrodomenico, Ludmila Alice Pagani
Story: Giancarlo De Cataldo. Screenplay: Giancarlo De Cataldo, Roberto Jannone, Claudio Amendola. Photography Director: Maurizio Calvesi. Sets: Paki Meduri. Costume designer: Monica Gaetani. Hair Designer: Giorgio Grogorini. Make-Up Designer: Maurizio Nardi. Sound: Stefano Campus. Sound Effects Editor: Piergiorgio De Luca, Fabio D'Amico, Filippo Barracco. Re-Recording mixer: Simone Corelli. Organizer Marco Bertogna. Assistant Director: Simone Spada. Editing: Roberto Siciliano. Music: Paolo Vivaldi. Musical Edition: Loto. Produced by Claudio Bonivento, Federico Carniel, Claudia Bonivento. A Production Carnielboniventofilm. Distribution by Eagle Pictures.
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