TV: Curon, the supernatural series in Altoadige – Ultima Ora


(ANSA) – ROME, JUNE 05 – A supernatural drama in which mystery, legend and reality merge: Curon, the new original Italian Netflix series, set in South Tyrol, was officially presented today. Produced by Indiana Production, it will be available in all countries where the service is active from June 10th. Anna has just returned to Curon, her hometown, together with her teenage twins, Mauro and Daria. When Anna (Valeria Bilello) mother of twins mysteriously disappears, in Curon, a place from which she had left very young, and where she had recently returned, the boys will have to embark on a journey that will lead them to reveal the secrets behind the the apparent tranquility of the town and being face to face with a side of their family they had never seen before- Ilaria Castiglioni – Manager of the original Italian series of Netflix highlighted: “We are enthusiastic about this project, Curon is our first supernatural drama in Italy. It is a show that speaks of identity – and all the great stories speak of identity – and reflection on identity is the engine of all the narratives. A great story, an extremely unique place, the desire to innovate and experiment together a new voices are a bit the elements that have characterized Curon and our offer of original content in Italy “. Bilello stressed: “The lights and shadows of Anna, my character, have to do with the same matrix, made of courage and determination, which in the first part of the story take her away from Curon and in the second part they bring her back in that place”. In the cast as well as Bilello Federico Russo (Mauro), Margherita Morchio (Daria), in the role of the two sons, Luca Lionello (Thomas), Anna Ferzetti (Klara), Alessandro Tedeschi (Albert), Juju Di Domenico (Miki), Giulio Brizzi (Giulio), Max Malatesta (Ober) and Luca Castellano (Lukas). The series is directed by Fabio Mollo and Lyda Patitucci. The writing is entrusted to Ezio Abbate as headwriter together with the authors Ivano Fachin, Giovanni Galassi, and Tommaso Matano (ANSA).


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