Dear Giulia

A young woman, after the one more family mourning, is at the monumental cemetery of Verano and has a liberating dialogue, or rather a monologue, with her granny Giulia in front of her tomb. Trough her words and the images spinning in her mind, we’re plunged into a sort of parallel world, with an extremely blurring border with reality. This world is an absolutely literary one, inhabited by poetic quotes, paintings, statues of rare beauty and characters who, although missing and probably unreal, make the protagonist’s suffering more bearable.

Directed by Marco Reale (Italy)