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November 29, 2012
Time:8-10 p.m.
Description:I Film del Circolo concludes its fall screenings with Rocco Papaleo's "Basilicata Coast to Coast" (2010), a musical road movie filmed against the backdrop of some of southern Italy's most beautiful countryside. In Italian with ITALIAN subtitles.

When accepted into a music festival, Nicola and his band decide that a 10-day cross-country journey on foot will act as a publicity-seeking, chemistry-building exercise from which the band can only emerge better off. Predictably, the end of the characters' odd journey from one sea to another turns out to be not as important as the journey itself, through which they will evolve and learn much about themselves and the meaning of their lives.
Location:Mezes Hall (MEZ) B0.306
Contact:Adria Frizzi | 512-471-7289
Sponsor:Dept. of French and Italian with the support of the Center for European Studies
Admission:Free and open to the public
Categories:Film Screening, Politics & International
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