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A REAL GOALKEEPER
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  MOVIE POSTER UN VERO PORTIERE (A Real Goalkeeper), Comedy/Family - 5min - Italy
Directed by Lisa Riccardi

Catherine and Peter are twins of 10 years and both play as goalkeepers in the neighborhood team. Coach always leaves Catherine on the bench..until the last game.

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Year : 2012

Duration : 5 '

Type : Short Film

Genre : Comedy / Sport

Country : Italy Distributor

Screening format

color

Original title : A Real Keeper

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Synopsis :

Catherine is 11 years old and is a tomboy. She hates dolls and loves to play soccer. She has an idol, Rene Higuita, and only one dream: to become like him, a true football goalkeeper. Unfortunately, despite still being convened, Catherine never plays, a his twin brother, Peter is the first string goalkeeper. Today they play the last league game....and maybe...just maybe....Catherine will have the opportunity to demonstrate her capabilities.

TALENTS IN SHORT 2012

Budget : 25,000 ?

Who's Riccardi Lisa

Lisa Riccardi was born in Rome in 1986. After graduating in Arts and Sciences of the Performing Arts at the University of Rome, she attended the Production at the Experimental Center of Cinematography. She has made two short films, "The Lion", presented at the International Festival of Bologna and "Eyes closed" and the documentary "Romulus and Romulus" screened at Collecchio Film Festival

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