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Verso Casa
My Home, in Libya
© Stefilm International
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Martina Melilli

IMAGE

Nicola Pertino

SON

Matteo Valeri

MONTAGE

Enrica Gattolini-Ordonneau

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Nicola Ratti

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Stefilm International, Rai Cinema, Film Commission Torino Piemonte

PARTICIPATION

Le Piemonte Doc Film Fund, ZDF/ARTE

ORGANISME(S) DÉTENTEUR(S) ou DÉPOSITAIRE(S)

Deckert Distribution GmbH

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This film is about a deprivation, which has a great substance in the images as well as in the emotional aspects of each of the three characters involved. The object of this deprivation it’s called Tripoli and it’s much more than a physical place. What the characters of this story have in common is the loss of home-feeling meant as an intimate space where one feels free to move, to interact with a community, to put him/herself in relation with the outside starting from a comfort zone. Historical memory of a never-enough well known time - the colonial one - and current events are intertwined in the personal lives, in those streets that the eye track back through a smartphone and the words recall through the memory. The medium that brings together these two dimensions is as essential as possible and it’s represented by a Facebook chat. A daily gestures now deeply rooted in the common routine of the present generations, surely lacking of aesthetic value, which through this film reaches a “poetical” condition being able to sew together the stories of the three different characters.

This film is about a deprivation, which has a great substance in the images as well as in the emotional aspects of each of the three characters involved. The object of this deprivation it’s called Tripoli and it’s much more than a physical place. What the characters of this story have in common is the loss of home-feeling meant as an intimate space where one feels free to move, to interact with a community, to put him/herself in relation with the outside starting from a comfort zone. Historical memory of a never-enough well known time - the colonial one - and current events are intertwined in the personal lives, in those streets that the eye track back through a smartphone and the words recall through the memory. The medium that brings together these two dimensions is as essential as possible and it’s represented by a Facebook chat. A daily gestures now deeply rooted in the common routine of the present generations, surely lacking of aesthetic value, which through this film reaches a “poetical” condition being able to sew together the stories of the three different characters.

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