The comedy “Made in Italy” is directed by James D’Arcy, and the cast includes Yolanda Kettle, Micheál Richardson and Souad Faress. Neeson plays an artist who travels from London to Italy with his estranged son to try to sell the house he inherited from his wife.
The animation “Save the Cranberries / Animal Crackers”, for which Emily Blunt, Danny DeVito, John Krasinski, Ian McKellen and Raven-Symoné have lent their voices, has its premiere in Romanian cinemas on Friday. Owen’s life revolves around testing “pet” for pets. When his uncle, whom he had not known for a long time, bequeaths him a traveling circus, he can fulfill his childhood dream of traveling with the circus.
The premiere will also have the documentaries “30 years and 15 minutes”, by Ştefan Mandachi, about the road infrastructure of Romania three decades after the Revolution, and “Profu ‘”, by Alex Brendea, about a mathematics teacher from Bistriţa, who he gave up the education system and laid the foundations of a classroom in his own apartment.
The documentary “Impressionisti segreti”, by Daniele Pini, which follows the impact of the Impressionist movement by analyzing 50 paintings that are exhibited in the Bonaparte Palace in Rome, will run from Friday to Sunday at Happy Cinema.