“Io non ho paura” è il titolo della nostra solita attività sociale del mese. Il film di Gabriele Salvatores è stato gradito da tutti i nostri studenti. In questo articolo le nostre tirocinanti Gabriela e Anna hanno scritto un piccolo articolo. Immergetevi nella lettura!
In Accademia Studio Italia we know that if you watch movies in a foregin language, then you learn it faster. For this reason our students watched a very famous Italian movie “Io non ho paura” (“I’m Not Scared”). Especially for you we prepared a short summary of this movie. Even if you have just started your adventure with learning Italian don’t hesitate to watch it. It’s definitely worth it!
“Io non ho paura” is Italian film based on a novel by Niccolo Ammaniti with the same title. Michele is a young (10- year-old) boy who lives in a small town in the Italian countryside in the 1970s. He often plays in a neighbourhood with his friends. One day, while he is trying to find his sister’s glasses, he discovers a deep hole in the ground, near an abandoned farmhouse. In the cavity he sees a young boy lying in the mud. Terrified, he comes back home and doesn’t tell anyone what he has seen. From that day, he often comes to the abandoned farm to look into the hole. His curiosity push him to find out who is trapped inside and why. Then he discovers what is happening around and tries to stop the terrible plan…
Title: Io non ho paura (English: I’m Not Scared)
Year of production: 2003
Director: Gabriele Salvatores
Runtime: 110 minutes
Written by Gabriela Baran, Anna Kuś