'Tutta la vita davanti' is the new Paolo Virz? movie starring Isabella Ragonese, Massimo Ghini, Valerio Mastandrea, Micaela Ramazzotti, Elio Germano and Sabrina Ferilli. The last movie of the Tuscany director already author of movies like come 'La bella vita', 'Ovosodo', 'My name is Tanino' and 'N (io e Napoleone)'. The movie is a grotesque comedy telling the difficulty about job of youth in the world and their daily worries and the hope of a better future. Franco Piersanti has written and conducted an orchestral score that reflects all the mood of the protagonists through sound atmospheres that alternate romantic moments to other sad and dramatic. The CD also contains the song 'Un mondo nuovo' written by Carlo Virz?, the director's brother. The movie'll have a big promotion through magazines and Tv programs.
Having recovered from his poorly received (especially at home) period film ""Napoleon & Me,"" Paolo Virzi has gone back to doing what he does best in Tutta la vita davanti (roughly, Your Whole Life Ahead of You). He offers up a bittersweet, at times surreal snapshot of contemporary Italy, this time through a comically biting critique of temping, a phenomenon only now exploding in the country.
The vicissitudes of a newly graduated girl in the universe of the precarious work. Marta is a well- educated girl; she is curious and silent one, which finds work in the call center of a company that sells a futuristic appliance. So she finds out a new fantastic world formed by young telephone operator and fanatic seller, corporate jingle, motivational dance, prize giving, ovation and penance. A bittersweet picture of modern society narrated through the eyes of a funny young philosopher.