Every Blessed Day
Tutti i Santi Giorni
When brilliant Guido and aspiring singer-songwriter Antonia decide that the time is right to have a child, they find that such a task is easier said than done in this spirited Roman comedy.
|May 20, 2013||9:15 PM||Harvard Exit||Date has passed|
|May 30, 2013||3:30 PM||SIFF Cinema Uptown||Date has passed|
What makes a relationship successful? Latin scholar Guido (Luca Marinelli) comes home every morning from his job as a night porter at a fancy hotel to wake his girlfriend Antonia (Thony). He tells her about the saints over breakfast, she goes to her job as a car rental clerk. At night she sings in bars. This loving couple is tested when Antonia tries to become pregnant and it's not as easy as they expect. Every Blessed Day showcases the beauty of its Italian setting while exploring universal situations like the possibilities of parenthood and how we relate to our families. Along the way we visit the pope's gynecologist and learn about the unusual requests a night porter receives on the job. A colorful cast of characters accompany the lovers as they try to find their way through their difficulties, making this a movie that is as funny as it is thoughtful.
Acclaimed director, writer, and producer Paolo Virzì has directed 16 films including 2010’s The First Beautiful Thing. He has been shortlisted for the Best European Director Award by the European Film Academy.
Sponsored in part by Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Muckleshoot Tribe
|Principal Cast:||Luca Marinelli, Thony, Micol Azzurro, Claudio Pallitto, Stefania Felicoli|
|Running Time:||102 minutes|
|Screenplay:||Simone Lenzi, Paolo Virzi, Francesco Bruni|
|Awards:||Villerupt Film Festival 2012 (Audience Award)|
|Filmography:||The First Beautiful Thing (2010); Your Whole Life Ahead of You (2008); Napoleon and Me (2006)|