CH/IT 2017. D: Sandra Vannucchi. 78 min. Fiction film. Ital. OV with Eng. ST and German voice-over
Suitable from age 12. Recommended from age 12

Eleven-year old Silvia has long been dreaming about going to Rome with her family. But at home, her mother will not come out of her dark room all day long, her father is out of his depth and going on vacation is not even up for discussion. So Silvia decides to drive to Rome from Tuscany on her own. On the train she meets the fearless Emina, follows her through the big city and gets invited to sleep over in her Roma settlement. While the turbulent adventure is only beginning for the girls, the worried parents are embarking on a search for their daughter. (CS)

European Film Prize 2018: Nomination »EFA Young Audience Award«, Woodstock FF : 2017 Winner »World Cinema Award«, Wonderfest IFF Bukarest 2018: Winner »Best Screenplay«

FRI, 21.9. | 10.30 am | Caligari FilmBühne (Wiesbaden)

TUE, 25.9. | 10.30 am | CineStar Metropolis
Guest: Director Sandra Vannucchi

WED, 26.9. | 10.30 am | CineStar Metropolis
Guest: Director Sandra Vannucchi



Sandra Vannucchi (*1964 near Florence) is a director and screenwriter. She studied film and television at the renowned NYU Tisch School of the Arts. After working on her directing in the late 1990’s, she worked as a screenplay assistant for director David Chase (THE SOPRANOS, FADE AWAY) and others.

Filmography (Selection)
2016 LA FUGA | 1999 NICK (short film) | 1997 BACK WATERS (short film) | 1995 SUNDAY MORNING (short film)