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The Girl from Tomorrow

2022 1h 36m Drama List
Reviews Sicily, the 1960s. Lia is 21 years old and goes to work the land with her father, even though she is 'female' and should be at home taking care of household chores with her mother. Lia is beautiful, headstrong and reserved, but she knows her stuff. Her gaze attracts the attentions of young Lorenzo Musicò, son of the village boss. When she refuses him, Lorenzo's wrath is not long in coming, and the boy forcibly takes takes by force what he considers to be his property. But Lia does what no one would never expect: she refuses the reparatory marriage and drags Lorenzo, and his accomplices, into court. Read More Read Less

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Nadine Whitney The Curb Savina’s feminist filmic history lesson is an empathetic document that honours those who stood up against oppression and a piece that encourages us to remain strong and vigilant against laws that diminish women’s agency and rights. Sep 6, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Sicily, the 1960s. Lia is 21 years old and goes to work the land with her father, even though she is 'female' and should be at home taking care of household chores with her mother. Lia is beautiful, headstrong and reserved, but she knows her stuff. Her gaze attracts the attentions of young Lorenzo Musicò, son of the village boss. When she refuses him, Lorenzo's wrath is not long in coming, and the boy forcibly takes takes by force what he considers to be his property. But Lia does what no one would never expect: she refuses the reparatory marriage and drags Lorenzo, and his accomplices, into court.
Director
Marta Savina
Producer
Virginia Valsecchi
Screenwriter
Marta Savina
Production Co
Doco Digital, Vision Distribution, Tenderstories, Sky Italia, RAI Cinema, Capri Films
Genre
Drama
Original Language
Italian
Runtime
1h 36m