Rome, 1976. Valerio (Mattia Garaci) is 10 yo kid with a fervent imagination. His life is turned upside down when he witnesses a terrorist commando attempting his father Alfonso (Pierfrancesco Favino)...
2020: La Biennale di Venezia: Venezia 77 – Coppa Volpi for Best Actor (Pierfrancesco Favino)/ Busan International Film Festival: World Cinema
Claudio Noce ,Enrico Audenino
DOP / Camera
Mattia Carratello, Stefano Ratchev
Andrea Calbucci, Pierfrancesco Favino, Maurizio Piazza
Claudio Noce was born in Rome, Italy. After several short films, documentaries, and video clips, he was invited to the Venice International Film Festival for his short film Aria (2005), which won the David di Donatello, known as the Italian Academy Award, and the Nastrod’Argento, which is the oldest film award in Europe. His debut feature Good Morning Aman (2010) won the FICE award at the Venice International Film Festival, while his second feature The Ice Forest (2014) was presented at the Rome Film Festival. Padrenostro is his third feature, and it won Best Actor at the Venice International Film Festival.