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  • Date: April 25, 2019
  • Time: 07:30 PM
  • Venue: PLAZA Theatre
  • Address: 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306
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About the Film

  • English: Nine and a Half Moons
  • Duration: 1:35
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
  • Release: 2017
  • Director: Michela Andreozzi
  • Music Director: Niccolò Agliardi
  • Editor: Luciana Pandolfelli
  • Screen Play: Michela Andreozzi, Fabio Morici, Alessia Crocini
  • Producer: Isabella Cucuzza, Arturo Paglia
  • Photography: Giovanni Canevari
  • Stars: Claudia Gerini, Giorgio Pasotti, Stefano Fresi, Lillo Petrolo, Michela Andreozzi

Two sister and two contrasting visions of life, on one side the adventurous and bold Livia (Claudia Gerini), a renowned cellist perfectly capable of having children but totally without any maternal instinct, on the other the reassuring routine of her sister Tina (Michela Andreozzi), shy urban policeman with an ardent desire for motherhood. Both have a loving partner who supports and encourages their decisions. Livia lives with Fabio (Giorgio Pasotti), a sweet and welcoming osteopath, and Tina with Gianni (Lillo), an ordinary and intolerant colleague in the urban police. Neither interferes in the life of the other, at least until Livia, on the advice of the gynecologist Nicola (Stefano Fresi), decides to carry on a pregnancy for her sister who cannot have children. For nine and a half moons, the exuberant Livia will have to hide her growing belly from family and friends, while the awkward Livia will pretend to be pregnant. The two will be protagonists of paradoxical situations that will also involve the rest of their crazy family, a mother champion of meat sauce, an idealistic father, a religiously obsessed brother with a devoted wife and four daughters. Only a woman, Director Michela Andreozzi, could direct this all star cast on a trip to discover the infinite ways of being women and mothers.