An elderly noblewoman and a caretaker, both with decayed and emotionally distant families. Yet, they manage to form a friendship by mutually understanding and relating with each others troubles. This heartwarming tale of an unlikely friendship formed between an old woman and her caretaker alludes to the current situation in the world wherein families crumble, values are lost and desperation gives way to morally grey decisions. ‘DIDI’ is centered in this individualistic world and yet, it carries with it, not feelings of pity, but of hope. If the plot for this upcoming feature film managed to intrigue you, keep scrolling to find out the latest updates on ‘DIDI’ that we have ascertained.
The Italian language film, ‘DIDI’ is rumored to be directed by Edoardo Winspeare, a popular Italian writer/ director and actor. Having directed close to 10 films, some of Edoardo Winspeare’s popular films include, ‘The Ark of Disperata’, ‘Sangue Vivo’ and ‘Quiet Bliss’. The film is set to be produced by Donatella Palermo with the filming commencing sometime in October this year. Donatella Palermo is the recipient of an Academy Award and has produced a number of movies such as, ‘Tano Da Morire’ and ‘Fire at Sea’. Joining Edoardo Winspeare and Donatella Palermo in the crew is Luca Vacchi, another established creator.
Despite the on going casting, ‘DIDI’ does have two well known actors in talks for the lead roles. Actors Dominique Sanda and Celeste Casciaro will most likely take the center stage for the upcoming feature film. Dominique Sanda is a popular French actress whose lost list of successful films proves just how much of an icon she is. Having begun her acting career in the 70’s, Dominique Sanda is famous for her performances in ‘The Garden of the Finzi-Continis’, ‘Sans Mobile Apparent’, ‘The Inheritance’, ‘Il Paradiso del Pavone’ and ‘First Love’. Celeste Casciaro is another established actress who has previously worked with Edoardo Winspeare for the movies, ‘Quiet Bliss’ and ‘The Ark of Disperata’. Her other roles include, Enza in Julien Paolini’s ‘Amare Amaro’ and her movie, ‘Rudy Valentino’.
The feature film ‘DIDI’ is taken up under Stemal Entertainment whose productions include ‘In Viaggio: The Travels of Pope Francis’, ‘Last Words’ and ‘Caesar Must Die’. Salento, Italy is presumably going to serve as the prime location for the film. Romania is also rumored to serve as another location for the feature film. With an actively developing production and a creative crew working on delivering this heartwarming tale, viewers are guaranteed a soul stirring experience.