dir. Andrea Segre/Italy/2020/71 min.

Between February and April 2020, Andrea Segre, who has been living in Rome for several years, got stuck in Venice during the lockdown. Venice is the hometown of his father and partially his own, as well. Andrea was working on two theatre and movie projects about the wounds of the city: tourism and high water. During the filming, COVID-19 froze and emptied out the city right before his eyes and returned the town to its own nature, history and somehow, also to Andrea.


  • projection time:
    71 min.
  • country/year:
    Italy /2020
  • director:
    Andrea Segre
  • pictures:
    Matteo Calore, Andrea Segre
  • production:
    Andrea Segre / ZaLab Film
  • awards :
    2021 – Gӧteborg IFF, 2020 – Venice IFF

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