“Every person there has lost someone. I also lost my aunt, who she died alone in the hospital and then she was transported on a freight elevator to a place made known to my cousin only after two days, “Pasotti revealed, generally very shy about his private life but this time he wanted to tell.
“I want to dedicate this film to you and all my fellow citizens who have faced this pain with dignity and privacy,” continued the actor who, after being born and lived in Bergamo, has lived in Rome for a few years – without getting lost in too many tears, but rolling up his sleeves to move forward. This moved me greatly and made me proud to be the son of that land. I was lucky enough to experience this period in Rome, but with my head and heart I was in my Bergamo“.
Giorgio Pasotti of “Have faith“Is the director and the main actor and plays Ivan, a priest with a strong faith in God and human beings. However, his unwavering beliefs will be severely tested by the arrival of Adam, interpreted by Claudio Amendola, a neo-fascist assigned to his recovery community, who has no desire to redeem himself. Everything takes place among other members of the community: the alcoholic skier Gustav (Robert Palfrader), the problematic Sara (Gerti Drassl) and the ex-terrorist Khalid (Aram Kian). The film is the remake of the Danish film “Adams æbler” (Adam’s apples) written and directed by Anders Thomas Jensen.