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Gledis Cinque
Marco Continanza
Antonio Carlucci
Alessio Aronne
Alice Arcuri
Carlo Astengo
Valentina Garbero
Francesco Ivaldi
Matilda Patruno
Angela Atteo
Mauro Pinzone
Federico Brundo
Gianni “Way” D’Aliesio
Alessio Dalmazzone
Manuela Salviati
Guglielmo Bonaccorti
Vittoria Astengo
Edoardo Tessitore

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Gledis Cinque∼  Lara

Gledis made her debut in Mira Nair's 2004 film “Vanity Fair”. She then performed in several features, short movies, TV shows and music videos in Italy and Switzerland with supporting and leading roles. In 2009 a major Italian weekly magazine named her one of the most promising young Italian actresses. She will play the lead character in the upcoming feature films "Come Sposare un Artista" by Monica Castiglioni, and “Lights Off” by Edoardo Lomazzi.

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Marco Continanza∼  Humphrey

Marco Continanza (1977) started his acting career at 20 at the Scuola Internazionale di Teatro directed by Kuniaki Ida and attended seminars and workshops with leading Italian and international theater personalities. He walked the stage for the first time as a professional with the historic Teatro Città Murata based in Como and then performed both on the big and the small screen in short films, sitcoms, dramas and commercials.He has played the protagonist character in “Lamia”, “Memorare”, “Quel giorno” and in the medium-length film “Fuochi fatui”. “The Rule of Lead” is his first feature film.

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Antonio Carlucci∼  Mr. Woland

Antonio has a professional acting experience lasting more than 25 years. He performed in "Marrakech Express" by Gabriele Salvatores and in "The Camels" by Giuseppe Bertolucci. He has worked with several theater directors, including Giorgio Strehler at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan and Elio De Capitani at Teatro Elfo. He’s the creator and a performer of the comic trio Funny Waiters.

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Alessio Aronne∼  Josh

Actor, writer and director, Alessio began his career in 2004 with the theatre company A Tutti Quelli, that he founded with his father. For the group Cattivi Maestri he performed in "A Midsummer Night Dream", "The Dispute" and "E quella sera andò in scena il Tartufo di Moliere." For the Teatro della Tosse he performed in "Line". For the web, he is Inspector Molinari in "Wonderland - The web series".

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Alice Arcuri∼  Martha

 

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Carlo Astengo∼  The Policeman

Since 2004 Carlo has performed in multiple plays between Liguria and northern Italy (including "Othello," "Death and the Maiden", "America!" and "Naufraghi"), short films and music videos.

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Valentina Garbero∼  The Kidnapped Girl

In 2000 Valentina sang in the opera "Carmina Burana" by Orff produced by the Opera Giocosa del Teatro Chiabrera of Savona. She took a course in children's circus arts held by the cultural and theatrical association Baba Jaga, at which currently follows a course in theater for children.

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Francesco Ivaldi∼  The Kidnapped Boy

Born on December 31 2003 in Savona, Francesco is in fifth grade, he’s passionate about fencing and “The Rule of Lead” is his first movie experience.

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Matilda Patruno∼  Young Lara

 

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Angela Atteo∼  Lara's Mother

An actress of the Antigone theater company until 2001, Angela is now a member of the Libera Compagnia Teatro Sacco based in Savona, Italy. In 2000 she performed in “Profughi” by Giuseppe Porcu and in 2013 in “Cavie” by Edoardo Ribatto.

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Mauro Pinzone∼  Lara's Father

Aries with a convinced Sagittarius ascendant, he’s a songwriter, poet and observer of life and people. In 1999 he produced the album "Penseri Compressi" and performed live concerts throughout Italy. With the theater company Baba Yaga he performed in "Erba du Diou", "Il Circo dell’Amore" and "Dove Vanno a Dormire i Gabbiani" by Maria Grazia Pavanello. In "Punti di Svista" by Bani and Pinzone, he plays himself. In 2013, he starred in the short film "L’Identità”.

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Federico Brundo∼  Jason

Federico is a psychologist. As actor he starred in the play "Il violinista sul tetto" with the amateur company Gli amici di Yachy and in "C’era una volta un gatto" by Cristiano Censi with the group La Compagnia di Nulla Acadamia.

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Gianni “Way” D’Aliesio∼  The Alchemist

Genoese dialect actor, Gianni played comedies by Govi and other Italian and foreign authors. In 2010 he took part in the short film "Va in Scena la Ricerca" directed by Andrea Caldarelli and commissioned by the University of Camerino. He is the Secretary of the FITA (Federation of Italian Amateur Theatre).

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Alessio Dalmazzone∼  Spirit

Theatre actor from Savona, Alessio starred in productions of classic and contemporary texts with leading roles. With "La Disputa," "Il Teatro Comico" and "Il Cerchio di Gesso del Caucaso", he won several theater contests. From 2013 he's part of the Libera Compagnia Teatro Sacco. He has starred in "Telecamere su... Verdi" and "Cavie" which earned him a nomination for "Best Actor". In 2014 he stars in "L'Ultima Casa" by Tiziano Scarpa, directed by Edoardo Ribatto.

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Manuela Salviati∼  Spirit

She approached the theatre when she was very young. Since 1998 she has played in "Sogno di una Notte di Mezza Estate", "E come Savona ebbe il suo teatro", "Prigione 9", "Tu mi vestirai d'argento", "Dietro le sbarre il dubbio", "Il Teatro Comico di Carlo Goldoni", e "Cerchio di gesso del Caucaso". Since 2013 she’s the founder and president of the Libera Compagnia Teatro Sacco, where she has acted in "Cavie" by Edoardo Ribatto.

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Guglielmo Bonaccorti∼  Spirit

With a theatrical experience that begins in 1978, Guglielmo is actor, mime, presenter, reader and amateur animator. He also organizes and guides international travel groups and works as educator for groups of young people. He has performed in dozens of theatrical and cultural shows in Liguria and in northern Italy.

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Vittoria Astengo∼  Vicky

 

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Edoardo Tessitore∼  The Drug Dealer

Edoardo started working in theater in 2004, first with the company Sipario Cellese, then with the company I Guitti, where he performed in different plays by Shakespeare ("Much Ado About Nothing", “A Midsummer Night Dream"), Marivaux ("La Dispute") and Goldoni ("The Comic Theater").