On Monday, July 25 was presented Rosanero, the new Sky Original comedy directed by Andrea Porporati who wrote the story and wrote it with Salvatore Esposito (Gomorah) who stars in it together with little Fabiana Martucci. The film is based on the literary work of Maria Tronca "Rosanero" published by Baldini + Castoldi editor.
ROSANERO is a modern fable with light tones with some dark elements that, through an unpredictable and unexpected exchange of identity, gives life to a comedy of misunderstandings suitable for the whole family with a surprise ending where good and evil are reversed by continuous. The film will premiere at the Giffoni Film Festival on July 25 together with its protagonists and director Porporati and will soon be available on Sky and NOW.
The cast also includes Antonio Milo (Natale in Casa Cupiello, Commissioner Ricciardi), Salvatore Striano (L'oro di Scampia), Aniello Arena (Reality, Ultras) in the role of Michele a'Murena and with the extraordinary participation of Sebastiano Somma (Rimini Rimini, Opera, the Cloth Merchant).
Totò, forty years old, is an emerging boss of organized crime in the Neapolitan area. Rosetta is a ten-year-old girl who is in fifth grade. One morning Totò is hit in the chest by a bullet. In that same instant, Rosetta falls from a swing and hits her head. The girl and the boss are operated on, but when they recover from the coma they both have changed. Totò, the Camorra, wakes up in Rosetta's body, Rosetta in Totò's. A kind and dance-loving child remains entangled in the features of a gangster. And a gangster in that of a little girl.