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  • Date: October 07, 2017
  • Time: 09:15 PM
  • Venue: COLONY Theatre
  • Address: 1040 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
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About the Film

  • English: Fast as the Wind
  • Duration: 1:53
  • Genre: Drama Sport
  • Release: 2016
  • Director: Matteo Rovere
  • Music Director: Andrea Farri
  • Editor: Gianni Vezzosi
  • Screen Play: Matteo Rovere, Filippo Gravino, Francesca Manieri
  • Producer: Domenico Procacci
  • Photography: Michele D'Attanasio
  • Stars: Stefano Accorsi, Matilda De Angelis, Tatiana Luter, Roberta Mattei.

Winner of six 2017 David di Donatello (Italian Oscars) with an additional six awards and 11 nomination, the latest film from Director Matteo Rovere was declared “The best high speed film of Italian Cinema” (Screenweek) “Not to be missed” ( and ‘A fantastic Stefano Accorsi” (Best Movie).

Veloce Come il Vento tells the story of Giulia De Martino, 17 years old and 90 pounds of nerve and dedication, she carries the weight of her family on her shoulders. Her mother left long ago and, when her father dies, it is up to her to look after her little brother who never laughs, and the family car racing garage, which has been turning out rally champions for generations. Overwhelmed with debt, Giulia, who’s a promising racing driver herself, must win the GT championships at all costs if she wants to save the house she lives in. To do this she must put together a team, whether she likes it or not, with her brother Loris, a former top GT driver himself who has become totally unreliable since falling into the spiral of drugs, but who still has an undeniable talent and instinct for cars. Based on the real life story of Carlo Capone, European Rally Champion in 1984, this multi awarded film portrays talent and deterioration, competition and toxic love in a way that is both accurate and realistic. The scenes on the track, all of which were filmed live without the use of any special effects, are as good as those you see in big international productions. Once again, the Italian road to genre is paved with emotion and humanity, the action is supported by nuanced and fragile characters and the driving force of the story is desperation but also love, redemption, inescapable family ties and a powerful passion for something to believe in.