Human Capital
Filmfest 2014

We open on a dark, snowy night in northern Italy – and begin at the end. Approaching a stranger's tragic death from three vastly different perspectives, the lives of two families, at first only loosely linked by their teenagers' relationship, overlap in multitudinous ways to devastating effect. Valeria Golino and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, two of Italy's leading actresses, star in a story based on Stephen Amidon's best-selling book of the same name that twists love, class, and ambition into a singular, true-life story. As the players tumble toward an ill-fated event of which they are inextricably linked, Paolo Virzì's refined three-chapter tale reveals a cultural and systemic disparity in the value of human life.
Liza Domnitz, Tribeca Film Festival

tags: Youth/ Coming of Age, Literature, Luxury, Feature film, Crime/ Murder, Economy

Cast: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Valeria Golino, Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Fabrizio Gifuni, Luigi Lo Cascio


Screenplay: Francesco Bruni, Francesco Piccolo, Paolo Virzì, Original von/ by: Stephen Amidon

Director of Photography: Jérôme Alméras

Film Editor: Cecilia Zanuso

Composer: Carlo Virzi

Production Designer: Mauro Radaelli

Costume Design: Bettina Pontiggia

Sound: Roberto Mozarelli

Producer: Fabrizio Donvito

Production Company: Indiana Production Company

Co-Producer: Philippe Gompel

World Sales: Bac Films

Distributor: Movienet Film GmbH

Director: Paolo Virzì