Wednesday 6 April Film review Atlantide by Yuri Ancarani

The Paesaggi che cambiano (Changing Landscapes) film festival continues in Treviso.

Events - published on 04 April 2022
Source: press office Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche
On Wednesday 6th April at 8.30 p.m., with the screening of the film Atlantide by Yuri Ancarani (Italy, 2021, 104′), the film festival Paesaggi che cambiano, organised
by the Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche, will continue in the auditorium of the spazi Bomben in Treviso.
Paola Brunetta, film critic, will speak at the event.
Daniele is a young man who lives in Sant’Erasmo, an island in the Venice lagoon. He lives by his wits and is also marginalised by his peers, who share an intense life of leisure, which is
expressed in the religion of the “barchino”: a cult centred on the development of increasingly powerful engines, which transform small motorboats in the lagoon into dangerous racing cars. Daniele,
too, dreams of a record-breaking barque. The degradation that affects the relationships, the environment and the practices of a generation adrift are observed through the eyes of the timeless
landscape of Venice. The point of no return is a dull, residual story of male initiation, violent and predestined to failure, which explodes, dragging the ghost city into a trip of psychedelic
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