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Fiorile

Italian-language poster
Directed by Paolo Taviani
Vittorio Taviani
Produced by Grazia Volpi
Written by Sandro Petraglia
Paolo Taviani
Vittorio Taviani
Starring Claudio Bigagli
Galatea Ranzi
Michael Vartan
Music by Nicola Piovani
Cinematography Giuseppe Lanci
Editing by Roberto Perpignani
Distributed by Fine Line Features (US)
Release date(s) May 19, 1993
Running time 118 minutes
Country Italy
France
Germany
Language Italian
French

Fiorile is a 1993 Italian drama film about a family curse caused by greed. The film was directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, and stars Claudio Bigagli, Galatea Ranzi, and Michael Vartan. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

The title Fiorile allegedly is derived from the month of Floréal (April-May) in the French Republican Calendar. The film is also known as Wild Flower.

Cast

  • Claudio Bigagli - Corrado / Alessandro
  • Galatea Ranzi - Elisabette / Elisa
  • Michael Vartan - Jean / Massimo
  • Lino Capolicchio - Luigi
  • Constanze Engelbrecht - Juliette
  • Athina Cenci - Gina
  • Giovanni Guidelli - Elio
  • Norma Martelli - Livia
  • Pier Paolo Capponi - Duilio
  • Chiara Caselli - Chiara
  • Renato Carpentieri - Massimo as an old Man
  • Carlo Luca De Ruggieri - Renzo
  • Laurent Schilling
  • Fritz Müller-Scherz - University Professor
  • Laura Scarimbolo - Alfredina

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