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我的人生萬事OK(義大利/2020/劇情)

EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT (ITALY/2020/DRAMA)

COSA SARÀ

 

語言:義大利語

Language: Italian

 

劇介

導演法蘭西索柯布魯尼改編親身經歷的動人故事,《我的人生萬事OK》講述一名男子面對疾病,重新檢視他的人際關係。

Bruno Salvati(吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特飾演,《The Best Years》2020年)的人生碰上瓶頸。他從未拍出叫好叫座的電影,剛分居的妻子Anna也已經展開新生活。同時,他似乎也無法成為兩個孩子Adele和Tito的依靠。

某天,Bruno發現他患有白血病。他找到一位優秀的血液學家,引導他逐步康復,但首要目標是找到配對相符的幹細胞捐贈贈者。在幾次失敗的嘗試之後,Bruno逐漸失去信心,直到他的父親揭露了一個家族秘密,給他帶來了新的希望。

Bruno和家人以幽默和自信來面對疾病,踏上了一段意想不到的重生之旅,不只改變了家庭關係,也了解到「一切都會好好的」。

 

編劇/導演:法蘭西索柯布魯尼

製片:卡洛德利艾斯波斯蒂,尼古拉塞拉

製作公司:Palomar, Vision Distribution

演員:吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特(《最美麗的歲月》、《寂寞鋼琴師》),蘿蘭莎因多維納,芭芭拉朗奇,朱塞佩潘比耶里,拉斐拉勒伯羅尼,福蒂尼佩盧索,坦克雷迪加利,尼古拉諾切拉,尼尼布魯舍塔

 

獎項:

法蘭西索柯布魯尼

  • 2021年義大利金球獎最佳導演入圍
  • 2021年義大利金球獎最佳劇本入圍
  • 2021年義大利國家電影新聞記者協會獎最佳劇本
  • 2021年義大利國家電影新聞記者協會獎最佳影片入圍
  • 2021年義大利國家電影新聞記者協會獎最佳導演入圍

 

吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特

  • 2021年義大利金球獎最佳男主角
  • 2021年大衛獎最佳男主角入圍
  • 2021年金場記板獎最佳男主角入圍
  • 2021年義大利國家電影新聞記者協會獎最佳男主角

 

其他

  • 2021年大衛獎最佳原創劇本入圍,法蘭西索柯布魯尼,吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特
  • 2021年義大利金球獎最佳影片入圍
  • 2021年義大利金球獎最佳影片及最佳配樂入圍
  • 2021年義大利國家電影新聞記者協會獎最佳女配角入圍,拉斐拉勒伯羅尼

 

影評:

  • 本片為法蘭西索柯布魯尼執導的第四部電影,也是第15屆羅馬電影節閉幕影片,導演以幽默自信的方式描繪了他的疾病,吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特表現精彩——
  • 《Easy》的編導![+] 導演在第四部長片描述了自己的私人經驗:當疾病忽然間襲來,生命在生與死之間懸而未決,他盡可能以幽默的方式來看待人生的無常,藉由演員及共同編劇吉姆羅斯斯圖爾特的出色表現,布魯尼的故事在大螢幕上找到新的活力。
  • 一個非常值得訴說的感人故事,真誠、自信、歡慶生命的美好。Cineuropa

 

Synopsis

A touching personal story from director Francesco Bruni, Everything’s Gonna Be Alright follows a man forced to reevaluate his relationships in the face of illness.

The life of Bruno Salvati (the outstanding Kim Rossi Stuart, The Best Years, 2020) is at a standstill. His films have never been successful and his wife Anna, from whom he recently separated, seems to have moved on. As for his children Adele and Tito, he is unable to be the present and reliable father he would like to be.

One day, Bruno discovers he has Leukaemia. Finding a competent and tenacious haematologist, who guides him on an obstacle course towards recovery, the first goal is to find a compatible stem cell donor. After a few failed attempts, Bruno’s confidence is shaken, until his father brings new hope by revealing a long-held secret.

Depicting illness with humour and confidence, Bruno and his family embark on an unexpected journey of rebirth, changing their relationships forever and learning that “everything’s gonna be alright”.

 

Writer/Director: Francesco Bruni  

Producers: Carlo Degli Esposti, Nicola Serra

Production Co: Palomar, Vision Distribution

Cast: Kim Rossi Stuart, Lorenza Indovina, Barbara Ronchi, Giuseppe Pambieri, Raffaella Lebboroni, Fotini Peluso, Tancredi Galli, Nicola Nocella, Ninni Bruschetta

 

Awards:

Francesca Bruni

  • Best Director Nominee, Golden Globes, Italy, 2021.
  • Best Screenplay Nominee, Golden Globes, Italy, 2021.
  • Best Screenplay, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2021.
  • Best Film Nominee, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2021.
  • Best Director Nominee, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2021.

 

Kim Rossi Stuart

  • Best Actor, Golden Globes, Italy, 2021.
  • Best Actor Nominee, David di Donatello Awards, 2021.
  • Best Actor Nominee, Golden Ciak Awards, 2021.
  • Best Actor, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2021.

 

Others

  • Francesco Bruni and Kim Rossi Stuart, Best Original Screenplay Nominee, David di Donatello Awards, 2021.
  • Best Film Nominee, Golden Globes, Italy, 2021.
  • Best Original Score Nominee, Best Film Nominee, Golden Globes, Italy, 2021.
  • Raffaella Lebboroni, Best Supporting Actress Nominee, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2021.

 

Reviews:

  • In the fourth film helmed by Francesco Bruni, also the closing title of the 15th Rome Film Fest, the director depicts his illness with humour and confidence, buoyed by an excellent Kim Rossi Stuart -
  • The director and screenwriter of Easy! [+] lays himself bare in this his fourth stint behind the feature film camera, recounting a private moment in his own life: his flirtation with illness, the sense of confusion he felt and the feeling that his life was hanging in the balance, between life and death. But in order to do so, he seizes all possible opportunities for humour, buoyed by an excellent, on-screen alter-ego in the form of Kim Rossi Stuart (who also collaborated on the screenplay), who steps into Bruni’s shoes and truly brings them to life.
  • A moving story which was well worth telling has been tackled with sincerity, confidence and an equally salutary light-heartedness. Cineuropa