IFF20: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE WORLD (Il giorno più bello del mondo) 107 mins

3701 IFF20: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE WORLD

Screening Fri 2 Oct - Tue 13 Oct at:

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Sunday, 4 October
3:45PM 
Monday, 5 October
10:30AM 
Tuesday, 6 October
2:30PM 
Friday, 9 October
4:00PM 
Monday, 12 October
1:30PM 

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Friday, 2 October
6:30PM 
Thursday, 8 October
1:30PM 
Saturday, 10 October
3:30PM 
Tuesday, 13 October
4:00PM 

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Wednesday, 7 October
11:00AM 

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE
A modern-day fairy tale, Alessandro Siani (Welcome to the South IFF 2011) directs and stars in a reflective comedy that pays tribute to the world of Italian theatre. Arturo (Alessandro Siani) manages a small theatre, now in decline. When he receives news of an unexpected inheritance from a distant uncle, it awakens in him hope for his future. Yet the mysterious legacy Arturo receives turns out to be not money, but the custody of two young children, Rebecca and Gioele.

While initially unaccustomed to looking after young children, Arturo soon discovers that there is something very magical about them: Gioele possesses amazing telekinetic powers. The magic Gioele can perform is key to solving Arturo’s problems, and has the potential to save his theatre from financial ruin. But danger lurks when the little boy’s talent is noticed by a team of scientists. Helped by his well-meaning but disorganised friends, Arturo fights to protect Gioele, restore his music hall and live…the most beautiful day in the world.

Festivals & Awards
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Rome Film Fest 2019: Alice in the City – Closing Night Event

Director: Alessandro Siani
Alessandro Siani was born in 1975 in Naples, Campania, Italy. An actor, director, screenwriter and stand-up comedian. After his first film Ti lascio perché ti amo troppo (2006) he starred in several Christmas films before his breakthrough role in box office hit Welcome to the South in 2010, followed by hit comedies including Welcome to the North (IFF12). His directorial debut was The Unlikely Prince (2013)

 

More than 1 million admissions at the Italian box office