J’Ador

Directed by Simone Bozzelli

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2020
Simone Bozzelli
Lillo Morreale
Producer: CSC Production
Lillo Morreale · J'ador (Colonna Sonora Originale)

J’Ador is a short film directed by Simone Bozzelli and produced by CSC Production.

Winner of the Best Short Film award at the 77th Venice Film Festival for the International Critics’ Week.

Synopsis:

Rome. Claudio is fifteen years old and someone has written “J’ador” on his forehead because he smells like a girl. It’s Lauro, the eighteen-year-old leader of a group of boys claiming to be fascists and engaging in activities for an extreme right-wing party. Claudio wants to join them at the “dinner” at the section, but one can only attend if part of the group, and smelling like a girl isn’t allowed. To achieve his desire in an afternoon, Claudio must lose his teenage scent and learn to smell like a man.

Credits:

Screenplay: Tommaso Favagrossa, Simone Bozzelli. Editing: Christian Marsiglia. Cinematography: Callum Begley. Set Design: Alberto Gramegna, Angelica Morelli. Costumes: Giuseppe Amadio. Music: Lillo Morreale. Sound: Teresa Scarcia, Francesco Mauro. Cast: Claudio Segaluscio, Federico Majorana, Lorenzo Amici, Andrei Cuciuc, Asadul M. Haque, Filippo Marsilli, Mauro Pacitto. Producer: Elisabetta Bruscolini. Organization: Camilla Gazzola, Isabella Gomato.

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