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VR mania in Hall 4, National Palace of Culture. The ticket is for 45 minutes of viewing works of the viewer's choice. Sessions are every 30 minutes. Price - BGN 20.

The King of Laughter / Qui rido io

director – Mario Martone

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The King of Laughter /  Qui rido io

Italy-Spain, 2021, 133 min

director – Mario Martone

producers – Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima, Carlotta Calori and Marieta Besuievsky

script – Ippolita di Majo and Mario Martone

camera – Renato Berta

editor – Jacopo Quadri

production designers – Giancarlo Muselli and Carlo Rescigno

costume designers – Ursula Patzak

An INDIGO FILM/RAU CINEMA/TORNASOL co-production

intl. sales – TRUE COLOURS

BG distributor – BETA FILM

nominations:

Venice – Competition
cast:

Toni Servillo (Eduardo Scarpetta), Maria Nazionale (Rosa De Filippo), Cristiana Dell’Anna (Luisa De Filippo), Eduardo Scarpetta (Vincenzo), Gianfelice Imparato (Gennaro Pantalena), Iaia Forte (Rosa Gagliardi), Lino Musella (Benedetto Croce), Paolo Pierobon (Gabriele D’Annunzio)

At the beginning of the 20th century, in Belle Époque Naples, theatres and the cinema were thriving. The great comic actor Eduardo Scarpetta was the king of the box office. Of humble origin, he made his reputation with his comedies and the character of Felice Sciosciammocca. The theatre was his life and around the theatre gravitated the whole of his peculiar family, composed of wives, partners, lovers and legitimate and illegitimate children, including Titina, Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo.
In 1904, at the height of his popularity, Scarpetta took a great risk: he staged a parody of La figlia di Iorio, a tragedy written by the greatest Italian poet of the day, Gabriele D’Annunzio. The evening of its première in the theatre all hell broke loose: the performance was interrupted by boos and catcalls and Scarpetta ended up being sued for plagiary by D’Annunzio himself. It was the beginning of the first ever lawsuit on copyright in Italy.
The years that the case took would be draining for him and his whole family. Everything in Scarpetta’s life seemed to be falling apart, but with the act of a great thespian he would take his fate into his own hands and win in the end.


At the beginning of the 20th century, in Belle Époque Naples, theatres and the cinema were thriving. The great comic actor Eduardo Scarpetta was the king of the box office. Of humble origin, he made his reputation with his comedies and the character of Felice Sciosciammocca. The theatre was his life and around the theatre gravitated the whole of his peculiar family, composed of wives, partners, lovers and legitimate and illegitimate children, including Titina, Eduardo and Peppino De Filippo.
In 1904, at the height of his popularity, Scarpetta took a great risk: he staged a parody of La figlia di Iorio, a tragedy written by the greatest Italian poet of the day, Gabriele D’Annunzio. The evening of its première in the theatre all hell broke loose: the performance was interrupted by boos and catcalls and Scarpetta ended up being sued for plagiary by D’Annunzio himself. It was the beginning of the first ever lawsuit on copyright in Italy.
The years that the case took would be draining for him and his whole family. Everything in Scarpetta’s life seemed to be falling apart, but with the act of a great thespian he would take his fate into his own hands and win in the end.

Screenings:
Sunday, 21 November 2021, 16:30, G8
Monday, 22 November 2021, 19:00, Lumiere - BUY A TICKET
Friday, 26 November 2021, 18:00, Cinema House - BUY A TICKET
Saturday, 27 November 2021, 16:30, Euro Cinema
Sunday, 28 November 2021, 17:00, Odeon


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