SOLE (SUN) by Carlo Sironi, and Q&A with the Director

Event Description


Movie Poster: SOLE, a man and a woman in an elevator

DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH AND ITALIAN in collaboration with New Italian Cinema Events (N.I.C.E.) PRESENTS:
SOLE (SUN)
by the emergent Italian director, Carlo Sironi
Open to the Princeton University Community

SOLE, focusing on the teenage and youth years experienced in a context of marginalization, loneliness, and cynicism. The director accurately describes the feeling of claustrophobia, the sense of disorientation, and discomfort due to the lack of roots and intercultural communication. In a society often unable to offer a model of human connections, this film shows the importance of small daily gestures, of how spontaneously one becomes attached, caring, and responsible, and how one can find a way to redeem oneself by considering the future as an alternative to a life devoid of values and substance, a possibility to glimpse new opportunities.

WATCH THE FILM

The film will be available Saturday, November 14th and Sunday, November 15th, 2020. Please email Anna Cellinese: cellinese@princeton.edu to obtain the link and password to view the film.
The presentation is in Italian with English subtitles. Screening of the film is limited to 200 participants.
Students enrolled in Italian courses will receive the link from their instructors via Canvas.

Please contact Anna Cellinese if you are having any difficulties accessing or viewing the film.

JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Q&A with, director, Carlo Sironi, Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 4 pm via Zoom. In English.
If you would like to participate, please contact Kelly Eggers for the Zoom Link.
Students enrolled in Italian courses will receive the link from their instructors via Canvas.

ORGANIZER
Anna Cellinese, Department of French and Italian.

ACCESSIBILITY
If you require accommodations to participate in this event, please email Kelly Eggers at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date.

Support for this event has been provided in part by Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts, the Humanities Council, the Program in Italian Studies, and the University Center for Human Values.

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