Dolce Fine Giornata

Sundance IFF
World Dramatic Competition
Sundance 2019
Best Actress

Dolce Fine Giornata

A Film by Jacek Borcuch

2019 - Poland - Drama - 2.39 - 96 min.

with Krystyna Janda , Kasia Smutniak , Vincent Riotta , Antonio Catania , Robin Renucci & Lorenzo de Moor

Languages: English , Italian , Polish
Produced by Marta Habior

Maria Linde, a free-spirited, Jewish Polish Nobel Prize winner, lives in Tuscany surrounded by warmth and chaos in her family’s villa. A loving mother and grandmother, she also fosters a secret flirtation with the much younger Egyptian man who runs a nearby seaside inn. After a terrorist attack in Rome, Maria refuses to succumb to the hysterical fear and anti-immigrant sentiment that quickly emerge, deciding in her acceptance speech of a local honor to boldly decry Europe’s eroding democracy—but she is unprepared for the public and personal havoc her comments wreak.

Sundance IFF
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