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Human Capital (film)

 

Human Capital (film)

Human Capital
(Il capitale umano)
Film poster
Directed by Paolo Virzì
Produced by Marco Cohen, Alessandro Mascheroni - Rai Cinema
Written by Paolo Virzì, Francesco Piccolo, Francesco Bruni
Stephen Amidon (novel)
Starring Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Luigi Lo Cascio
Music by Carlo Virzì
Cinematography Jérôme Alméras
Edited by Cecilia Zanuso
Release dates
  • 3 December 2013 (2013-12-03) (Giornate professionali di cinema Sorrento)
Running time
109 min
Country Italy
Language Italian

Human Capital (Italian: Il capitale umano) is a 2013 Italian film directed by Paolo Virzì.[1] The film is based on the American novel Human Capital by Stephen Amidon.[2] For her performance in the film Valeria Bruni Tedeschi was awarded Best Actress at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.[3] It was selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards, but was not nominated.[4]

Contents

  • Plot summary 1
  • Filming locations 2
  • Cast 3
  • Awards 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Plot summary

The film is set in a town in Brianza and in Milan. On Christmas eve, a waiter cycling home from working at a prestigious private school's gala is hit by a car. The driver flees, leaving the waiter lying in the street badly injured. The waiter is hospitalized and close to death. The next day, two well-known families lives are connected by the incident.

Filming locations

Even though the story is set in a town in Brianza, most of the urban scenes were filmed in February 2013 in the cities of Varese[5] and Como, in the countryside of Osnago in the Province of Lecco and in Arese for the Villa with the swimming pool.[6]

Cast

Awards

Awards
Award Category Recipients and nominees Result
69th Silver Ribbon Awards[7] Best Director Paolo Virzì Won
Best Producer Indiana Production Rai Cinema and Motorino Amaranto Nominated
Best Screenplay Francesco Bruni, Francesco Piccolo & Paolo Virzì Won
Best Actor Fabrizio Bentivoglio e Fabrizio Gifuni Won
Best Actress Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Nominated
Best Scenography Mauro Radaelli Won
Best Editing Cecilia Zanuso Won
Best Sound Roberto Mozzarelli Won
Guglielmo Biraghi Award Matilde Gioli Won
59th David di Donatello Awards[8] Best Film Paolo Virzì Won
Best Director Paolo Virzì Nominated
Best Script Francesco Bruni, Francesco Piccolo & Paolo Virzì Won
Best Producer Indiana Production Rai Cinema and Motorino Amaranto Nominated
Best Actor Fabrizio Bentivoglio Nominated
Best Actress Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Won
Best Supporting Actor Fabrizio Gifuni Won
Best Supporting Actress Valeria Golino Won
Best Cinematography Jérôme Almèras Nominated
Best Sets and Decorations Mauro Radaelli Nominated
Best Costumes Bettina Pontiggia Nominated
Best Makeup Caroline Philipponnat Nominated
Best Hairstyling Stéphane Desmarez Nominated
Best Editing Cecilia Zanuso Won
Best Sound Roberto Mozzarelli Won
Best Score Carlo Virzì Nominated
Best Song Giacomo Vaccai e Jackie O'S Farm Nominated
Best Special Effects Effetti Digitali Italiani (eng: Italian Digital Effects) Nominated
Youngs' David Paolo Virzì Nominated
54th Globi d'oro Best Film Paolo Virzì Won
Best Script Paolo Virzì, Francesco Bruni, Francesco Piccolo Nominated
Best Actor Fabrizio Bentivoglio Nominated
50th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival[9] Crystal Globe Paolo Virzì Nominated
50th Chicago International Film Festival[10][11] Gold Hugo for Best International Feature Paolo Virzì Nominated
Gold Plaque for Best Art Direction Mauro Radaelli Won
41st Flaiano International Prizes[12] Golden Pegasus Award for Best Director Paolo Virzì Won
37th Denver Film Festival[13][14] Krzysztof Kieslowski Award for Best Feature Paolo Virzì Nominated
34th Hawaii International Film Festival[15][16] EuroCinema Hawai'i Award Paolo Virzì Nominated
EuroCinema Hawai'i Best Actress Award Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Won
29th Ciak d'oro[17] Best Director Paolo Virzì Won
Best Actress Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Won
Best Supporting Actor Fabrizio Gifuni Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Matilde Gioli Nominated
Best Costumes Bettina Pontiggia Nominated
Best Screenwriter Francesco Bruni, Francesco Piccolo and Paolo Virzì Won
Best Sound Roberto Mozzarelli, Emanuele Chiappa and Alessandro Orlando Nominated
Best Editing Cecilia Zanuso Won
Best Music Carlo Virzì Nominated
Best Movie Poster Riccardo Fidenzi and Maurizio Rubens Nominated
27th European Film Awards[18] Best Director Paolo Virzì Nominated
Best Actress Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Nominated
25th Stockholm International Film Festival[19] Open Zone Award Paolo Virzì Nominated
23rd St. Louis International Film Festival[20][21] Best International Film Paolo Virzì Nominated
St. Louis Film Critics’ Joe Pollack Best Feature Award Paolo Virzì Won
22nd Raindance Film Festival[22] Best International Feature Paolo Virzì Nominated
15th Ghent International Film Festival[23] Canvas Audience Award Paolo Virzì Won
12th Tribeca Film Festival[3] Best Actress Valeria Bruni Tedeschi Won
Best Narrative Feature Paolo Virzì Nominated
4th Ischia Global Film & Music Festival[24] Ischia Italian Movie Award Paolo Virzì, Fabrizio Donvito, Benedetto Habib and Marco Cohen Won
Ischia Italian Director Award Paolo Virzì Won

See also

References

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