He is charming, ironic, nostalgic. She is full of life, smart, passionate, she lives in the moment. When they meet, they fall in love instantly. Later on, as they grew up next to each other, their personalities have evolved: while He is getting lighthearted, She is the one starting to feel melancholic. Thus, as the love story will be told from two different perspectives, his and hers, reflecting the moods and their inner changes, we will be confronted to the fact that there might be as many love stories as there are points of view.
In Italian with English subtitles.
Check out the video analysis by SDIFF Artistic Director, Antonio Iannotta.
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We are excited and eager to get back to in-person events and screenings with you. In order to keep our patrons, staff, and volunteers safe, San Diego Italian Film Festival’s current health and safety requirements are as follows:
We are a fully vaccinated company. All staff and volunteers present at our screenings and events are fully vaccinated. In order to enter the theater or any venue hosting our events, guests need to have photo ID and either their physical CDC vaccination card or an official government-provided digital vaccine record, with at least 14 days elapsed from the date of final dose. Trained individuals will review your proof of vaccination as you arrive.
Children under the age of 12, for whom there is no currently available vaccine, will not be permitted to attend our events regardless of the vaccination status of their guardian. As soon as children under the age of 12 become eligible to receive a vaccine, fully vaccinated children will be welcomed back.
There will be no exceptions to this policy.
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Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation with these policies. See you at the cinema!