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The Biggest Fear (La paura piu grande)
Directed by
Nicola di Vico

Italy / 2013 / 9:37
minutes

North American Premiere
In Italian with subtitles

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SYNOPSIS:
Media information induces a father to avenge the rape of his daughter, on two young foreigners. Only the truth that lurks in his daughters memory will reveal a different truth and leave the father in a state of helplessness and defeat.
BIO:
Nicola was born 1980 in Maddaloni, Italy. He graduated from the University of Bologna in 2007, where he studied cinema. He went on to graduate in Directing from Wild Trails in Rome. In 2009, he began his career as an assistant director on a film by Laura Luchetti.

Currently, di Vico is vice president of PromioFilm. Films include Will Be Tomorrow (screenwriter, director), Delitti Esemplari (director), and Incroci (screenwriter).

MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Alessandro Haber, Irene Splendorini
Executive Producer(s): Cult. Ass. PromioFilm
Producer(s): Nicola di Vico, Gianpaolo Caratelli, Sergio Suozzi, Francesco Barili
Director(s): Nicola di Vico
Screenwriter(s): Nicola di Vico
Cinematographer(s): Ferran Paredes Rubio
Editor(s): Francesco De Matteis, Paola Freddi
Production Designer(s): Lisa Urbano
Composer(s)/Music: In a Sleeping Mood
Sound Designer(s): Davide Favargiotti
 
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