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La casa delle finestre che ridono

The House with the Smiling Windows

A crazy painter a.k.a. “the painter of agony” commits suicide in an isolated village in the environs of Ferrara after having painted a disquieting fresco: Saint Sebastian’s martyrdom between two sneering figures. Stefano, a painter manqué is commissioned the restoration of the unfinished fresco. The young man is haunted by weird events and what is more his friend Mazza, tells him a strange story, though poor in detail, just before disappearing. Avati successfully transforms the Bassa Padana, the Padan lowlands, into the perfect setting for a horror film.


Il regista / The Director

regista

Pupi Avati was born in Bologna on 3rd November 1938. After finishing university, he releases his first film in 1968 Balsamus, l’uomo di Satana marking a period of unconventional films in the panorama of Italian film making: Bordella, 1975, La casa dalle finestre che ridono, Tutti defunti tranne i morti. After working on television productions he releases autobiographical films Le strelle nel fosso, 1979, Una gita scolastica, 1983 and Festa di laurea, 1985. Other films followed 1986’s Regalo di Natale, and the more recent I cavalieri che fecero l’impresa, 2001.


Produzione / Production

Gianni Minervini, Antonio Avati

Trailer


Edizione 2004
Retrospettiva Il cinema corre sul fiume

FICTION
Italy , 1976, 110'

DIRECTOR
Pupi avati

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