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Film Movement Has “Come Undone” in North America

Film Movement Has "Come Undone" in North America

Italian director Sylvio Soldini’s latest film has been picked up by Film Movement. “Come Undone,” re-named from the original “Cosa Voglio Di Piu” will open in limited release theatrically in the fall of 2010 in addition to Cable Video on Demand. Film Movement has been the US distributor of two of his previous films, “Days and Clouds” and “Agata and the Storm.” Film Movement’s President Adley Gartenstein negotiated the deal for “Come Undone,” which screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, with Yoann Ubermulhin of Pyramide.

Starring Alba Rohrwacher (“Days and Clouds”), and Pierfrancesco Favino (“Angels & Demons”) the drama centers on Anna who seemingly has everything. She meets a handsome waiter, Domenico, and her ordered world begins to falter as she embarks on an affair marked with cover-ups, secret meetings and cell phone fights. Her husband appears to not pick up on the signals of her infidelity, though Domenico’s wife becomes steadily more suspicious. As the two lovers become more entrenched in their romance, they face a potentially life changing choice.

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