Filming has kicked off in Rome on Tutte le mie notti (lit. "All My Nights"), the debut feature film by Manfredi Lucibello. The 34 year-old Florentine director, who has previously won awards for his short film Storia di nessuno (2010) and also directed the documentary Centoquaranta - La strage dimenticata (2013) about the Moby Prince disaster, has brought together the Slovakian-Italian Barbora Bobulova actress (winner of a David di Donatello in 2005 for Sacred Heart and seen recently in Pure Hearts and I'm (Endless Like the Space)), Benedetta Porcaroli (Perfect Strangers and onour screens on 22 February in Sconnessi) and Alessio Boni (The Best of Youth, Don't Tell, The Girl in the Fog).
The film was written by the director along with Andrea Paolo Massara (No Country for the Young,The Wait). On a winter's night, in the deserted streets of a seaside town, Veronica and Sara meet and their lives unexpectedly take a different turn. A psychological thriller that revolves around secrets, lies and fears, leading us to discover the deepest darkest truths of the two main characters.
Tutte le mie notti is a Mompracem, Madeleine and Rai Cinema production produced by Carlo Macchitella andthe Manetti bros., seen in competition at Venice Film Festival with Love and Bullets. Shooting is due to last four weeks and will take place in Rome and along the coast of Lazio, Italy.