Vincenzo Marra


Vincenzo Marra




Mimmo Borrelli, Roberto Del Gaudio, Astrid Meloni

Production crew

Photography: Gianluca Laudadio
Scenography: Flaviano Barbarisi
Costumes: Annalisa Ciaramella
Editing: Luca Benedetti, Arianna Zanini

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Live sound: Daniele Maraniello
Make-up: Cristina Gagliardi
Hairstyles: Laura Marzocchella
Music: Apparat
VFX: Mauro Geldi
Production manager: Gennaro Fasolino
Executive producer: Gianluca Arcopinto


Cinemaundici and Lama Film with Rai Cinema and Ela Film


Warner Bros. Pictures



Giuseppe, a Campanian priest already a missionary in Africa, works in a small diocese of Rome. Put in crisis in his Faith, he asks the Bishop to be transferred to a town in his land, and so he is moved to a small village in the Neapolitan area. Giuseppe takes the place of the parish priest of the neighborhood, Don Antonio, a man of great charisma and magnificent eloquence, listened to and respected by all because he fights a battle against the illegitimate burial of toxic waste. Don Antonio is going to be transferred to Rome for his merits, but, before leaving, he introduces Giuseppe into the harsh reality of the neighborhood. The priest works hard trying to help the community in every way, until he discovers the real inconvenient reality of that place. Giuseppe decides to follow his spiritual path without fear, but - despite his great tenacity and courage - he will face a very hard reality.A moving story that speaks of humanity and the strength to defend the Faith.

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