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Presenting Italian film, Gomorrah

May 4, 2009

Made up of six short episodes with six main characters - all revolving around the four-sided criminality between the port of Naples, Scampia, Castelvolturno and Terzigno.

Sunday, May 3 at 7 p.m.
Lyric Cafe, 300 East Mountain Avenue

CSU's Club Italiano is bringing the Italian movie Gomorra to the Lyric Cafe for the Italian Film Festival.

The intertwining tales of a delivery boy, a tailor, a businessman, and two cocky teenagers form the fabric of this gritty and lyrical examination of the influential Neapolitan mob known as the Camorra.

Peering into a multitude of social strata within present-day Naples, director Matteo Garrone's film - a hybrid of melodrama, crime and art-film genres - was nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film, Golden Globe and a Best Documentary, Independent Spirit Award.

Contact: Lorella Paltrinieri
Phone: (970) 491-3399