‘Finally Dawn’ Clip: Drama Set In Golden Age Of Rome’s Cinecittà World Premieres In Venice Competition

Deadline may reveal the first clip for the Italian director saverio costanzonew movie of Dawn at last ,Finalimente L̵7;Alba) after announcing its world premiere at the 80th Competition on Tuesday Venice Film Festival,

Based on the golden age of Rome’s historic Cinecittà in the 1950s, the cast includes newcomer Rebecca Antonassi as well as international artists Lily James, Joe Keery (stranger things), Rachel Sennott (Sculpture), Alba Rohrwacher and Willem Dafoe.

Antonassi plays teen prodigy Mimosa, who goes on an adult adventure during one night after being hired as an extra in a classic sword-and-sandals drama.

The backdrop for his personal journey is the mysterious death of Vilma Montesi, a real-life young woman from Rome with acting aspirations, whose semi-naked body was found on a beach on the nearby Lazio coast in 1953.

finale l’alba The hit marks Costanzo’s first directing credit since the HBO drama My Brilliant Friend, which is based on Elena Ferrante’s best-selling literary quartet. destiny novelFollowing two teenagers growing up in the sexist culture of 1950s Naples.

Talking to Deadline On the Cinecittà set last October, Costanzo said of the film: “This is my first work based on my own original material. My films are always based on books or personal stories that I adapt. It’s my morning, a fresh start. This inspiration is very personal, based on something that happened to me.

the film has been produced Mario Giannani and Lorenzo Gangarosa for the Rome-based Fremantle Group company wild side with Rai Cinemas in association with Cinecittà and Filmation Entertainment, which is also handling world sales. UTA is handling North American sales

The 80th Venice Film Festival will run from 30 August to 9 September.