Matteo is a twenty-year-old who is impulsive and very little committed to his studies. He and Margherita fall in love. She is a young, strong Slavic woman who is older than him and who has already taken her place in the world of work. However, Matteo's insecurity ruins this potentially very beautiful love story. His jealousy transforms itself into a morbid obsession. Things are getting worse and worse at school too. Is everything sliding down towards a tragic epilogue?
"Ecco fatto tells the story of the invisible line that separates a judicious relationship of a couple from that which is unhealthy, unreasonable, and immature" (G. Muccino).
Gabriele Muccino (Rome, 1967) has been studying directing at the Experimental Film Center since 1991. He has worked has assistant director to Pupi Avati and Marco Risi. From 1991 to 1995 he made three short films for the television program, Mixer, as well as 30 brief documentary-fiction films for the television program, Ultimo Minuto. In 1996 he directed 255 episodes for the soap opera, Un posto al sole, and made 8 pilot documentaries in Africa and Patagonia for the television program, "Professione natura". The documentary, Max suona il piano, which he wrote and directed, is one of the episodes of the choral film, Intolerance. Ecco fatto is his first feature film.
Io e Giulia (video, cm, 1996), Max suona il piano (cm, 1997), Ecco fatto (1998).
Screenplay: Gabriele Muccino, Andrea Garello, Nicola Alvau.
Director of photography: Arnaldo Catinari.
Costume designer: Antonella Cannarozzi.
Art director: Eugenia F. Di Napoli.
Sound: Mario Iaquone.
Music: Paolo Buonvino.
Editor: Claudio Di Mauro.
Cast and characters: Giorgio Pasotti (Matteo), Barbora Bobulova (Margherita), Claudio Santamaria (Piterone), Ginevra Colonna (Floriana), Enrico Silvestrin (Paolo).
Producer: Domenico Procacci.
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