The new directorial work of the author of Scialla! and Everything you want will close the 2020 edition of the Rome Film Fest and will be in Italian cinemas starting from 24 October.
At an early stage known by the title Everything will be fine (and modified after that phrase became the symbol of resistance against the pandemic from Covid-19), the new film by director of Francesco Bruni, after Shawl!, We 4 and Anything you want is called What will be, and will debut in Italian cinemas on 24 October, being at the same time the closing film of the 2020 edition of the Film Festival From Rome. And of What will be we present you official trailers and posters.
Produced by Palomar e Vision Distribution in partnership with Sky e Amazon Prime Video, Bruni’s film stars Kim Rossi Stuart, alongside which they act Lorenza Indovina, Barbara Ronchi, Giuseppe Pambieri, Raffaella Lebboroni, Fotinì Peluso, Tancredi Galli and Nicola Nocella.
What it will be: the official trailer and poster of the film
The official plot of What will be:
Bruno Salvati’s life is at a standstill, his films have never been successful and his producer struggles to set up his next project. His wife Anna, from whom he recently separated, already seems to have someone else by his side, and for their children Adele and Tito, Bruno is unable to be the present and reliable father he would like.
One day Bruno discovers that he has a form of leukemia. He immediately relies on a competent and tenacious hematologist, who accompanies him in what will be a real obstacle course towards recovery. The first goal is to find a compatible stem cell donor: after a few failed attempts, Bruno begins to be seriously afraid, What will become of him?
His father Umberto, by revealing a secret from his past, ignites a new hope in everyone.
Bruno and his family embark on an unexpected path of rebirth, which will change their relationships and teach Bruno to look up from himself and to look at others.