Una giornata particolare

Data
From 03.10.2015 to 05.03.2015
Duration
1h 40min

"At that time we still lived in Naples"

Synopsis

While Antonietta's large family leaves the house to go see the military march organized by Mussolini with Hitler himself present, she discovers that in the next floor a man lives in anguish of resistance to the regime. They meet, talk and suddenly Antonietta discovers that life can have many contradictions, it can go far beyond her small everyday life as a housewife. An intense exchange of a few hours that will make both characters have a good time, but above all it will change them forever.

Artistic card

Text
Ettore Scola and Ruggero Maccari
In collaboration with
Gigliola Fantoni
Direction
Oriol Broggi
Translation
Anna Madueño
Collaboration in the text
Marc Artigau

With
Clara Segura
Pablo Derqui
Màrcia Cisteró

Scenography
Oriol Broggi
Lighting
Albert Faura
Sound Design
Damien Bazin
Costume
Berta Riera
Audiovisual design
Francesc Isern
Characterization
Àngels Salinas
Construction of scenography
Taller d'escenografia Castells i Planas
Costume making
Dress Art and Irene Fernández
Voiceover
Pasquale Bavaro
Assistant in IT practice
Melina Pereyra
Councilor
Marc Serra
Head coach
Guillem Gelabert
Technician
Juan Boné
Attention to the public and representation
Lídia Figueras and Núria Ubiergo
Photography
David Ruano
Graphic design
Pau Masaló

A production by La Perla 29

Galeria imatges secundària (slide)
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Management notes

"At that time we still lived in Naples"... and then I feel a knot in my stomach. Because in this work nothing is said clearly, everything comes out, little by little, like in good theater, through the nuances of the actors, the sounds, the lights, a music, a sweater, a piece of wood, a hanging cloth... A phrase like this, which takes me to the home of the Cupiello, without them knowing it, makes me cry. And I watch as Pablo listens, and as Clara cries, and Màrcia beside me, waiting to appear on stage. And I am happy. This powerful world of cinema, confused with the world of theater, moves our lives, epic in their everydayness, in their misery, in "...as poor as we are." Yes, we have returned with you, friends, to tell you this new story, and we are all happy and sad and desperate at the same time.

Oriol Broggi

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Tuesday
10
mar. 2015
Finished
Sunday
03
may. 2015
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