• Incompresa
        • Incompresa

          • Country:
          • Italy, France, 2014
          • Group:
          • Competition
          • Duration:
          • 103’
          • Director:
          • Asia Argento
          • Screenplay:
          • Asia Argento, Barbara Alberti
          • Cast:
          • Charlotte Gainsbourg, Gabriel Garko, Gianmarco Tognazzi, Giulia Salerno, Anna Lou Castoldi
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Nicola Pecorini
          • Editing:
          • Filippo Barbieri
          • Sound:
          • Tullio Morganti
          • Music:
          • Brian Molko, Asia Argento, James Marlon Magas, Gilles Weinzaepflen, Justin Pearson, Luke Henshaw, Gabriel Serbian
          • Producer:
          • Lorenzo Mieli, Mario Gianani, Eric Heumann, Maurice Kantor
          • Production:
          • Wildside, Paradis Films
          • Distributor:
          • Centar film
        • Showing

          28. Feb | 11:00 | 250 RSD
          Sava centar

          01. Mar | 22:00 | 250 RSD
          Dvorana Kulturnog centra

          02. Mar | 17:30 | 300 RSD
          Dom omladine

        • SYNOPSIS

          Rome, 1984, Aria is nine-year-old girl. On the verge of divorce, Aria's infantile and selfish parents are too preoccupied with their careers and extra-marital affairs to properly tend to any of Aria's needs. While her two older sisters are pampered, Aria is treated with cold indifference. Yet she yearns to love and to be loved. At school, Aria excels academically but is considered a misfit by everyone. She is misunderstood. Aria finds comfort in her cat - Dac and in her best friend - Angelica. Thrown out of both parents' homes, abandoned by all, even her best friend, Aria finally reaches the limit of what she can bear. She makes an unexpected decision in her life.


          Asia Argento


          Coming from a film-making family, Asia Argento made her debut at the age of nine; she has worked notably with Nanni Moretti, Michele Placido and, later, with her father, Dario Argento. She then began working internationally: La Reine Margot by Patrice Chéreau, New Rose Hotel by Abel Ferrara, xXx with Vin Diesel. In 2000, Asia Argento wrote and directed her first feature, Scarlet Diva, then a second in 2004, The Heart is Deceitful Above all Things. Ever faithful to her strict artistic line, she appeared in Gus Van Sant’s Last Days, Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette and also, in 2006, Tony Gatlif’s Transylvania. In 2007, she was in theatres with three films that had been presented at Cannes: The Last Mistress by Catherine Breillat, Go Go Tales by Abel Ferrara and Boarding Gate by Olivier Assayas.




          2014       Incompresa / Misunderstood

          2005       Le Livre de Jérémie / The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things

          2000       Scarlet Diva



          2014       Cannes, Karlovy Vary, New York, Busan, Stockholm