Venuto al mondo 2012
What does it mean to be a mother? Twice Born, based on the novel of the same name by Margaret Mazzantini, tackles the questions of family ties in a beautiful, sensual epic drama. Set against the backdrop of the Bosnian war, Twice Born finds life amidst death. Penelope Cruz stars as Gemma, an Italian woman whose son was born in Sarajevo amidst gunfire and bombings. His father, an American photographer named Diego (Emile Hirsch), was killed at the time, but Gemma and their son, Pietro, made it back to Rome safely. Gemma has since remarried Giuliano (played by director/co-writer Sergio Castellitto) during the sixteen years that have passed since the war.
Gemma goes back to Sarajevo when she receives a phone call from Gojko (Adnan Haskovic), whom she met on her first trip to Bosnia during her student years. Gemma learns that a selection of Diego's photography is scheduled to be displayed at a gallery in Sarajevo. Called back by the past, Gemma returns and brings Pietro (Pietro Castellitto) along for the journey on a sort of birthright in which he can learn about his roots and the father he never knew.

DVD9 | PAL 16:9 | 02:04:28 | 6.71 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Italiano, Original
Subtitles: English, Italiano
Genre: Drama

Director: Sergio Castellitto
Cast: Penelope Cruz, Emile Hirsch, Adnan Haskovic, Saadet Aksoy, Pietro Castellitto, Mira Furlan, Sergio Castellitto
Country: Italy, Spain

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