Azzurro Trailer

Azzurro Trailer (2000)

12 August 2000 84 mins

75-year-old Giuseppe De Metrio has spent 30 years in Geneva, as foreign worker for the Broyer company. Upon retirement, he returned to Puglia, Italy, where his family had continued to live. His only grandchild, 7-year-old Carla, is blind. The whole family looks forward hopefully to the day when Carla's sight can be restored by means of a cornea transplantation. After a heart attack, Giuseppe decides to wait no longer and returns to Switzerland to ask his former boss Mr. Broyer for the money necessary for the operation, as an old promise binds the two men. Intended as a 48-hour trip, Giuseppe and Carla's visit in Switzerland becomes a journey that both grandfather and granddaughter never dreamt of...

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Cast

Paolo Villaggio

as Giuseppe De Metrio

Francesca Pipoli

as Carla De Metrio

Marie-Christine Barrault

as Elizabeth Broyer

Jean-Luc Bideau

as Gaston Broyer

Crew

International Releases Dates

Switzerland 12 August 2000

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