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SPECIAL! Voyage to Procida (2020) by Federico Siniscalco

Tuesday, Aug. 31 at 8 pm

Watch the move, and meet the director and executive producer!

Leonardo comes from the small island of Procida. Surrounded by his family and friends, his life is tranquil and defined by the sea. Like many of his fellow-islanders, he makes his living aboard ships. Georgia, a young woman from New York, harbors a life-long attraction to Italy. By chance, she and Leonardo meet. A relationship is born. Unexpected circumstances lead Georgia to Procida. The island’s millennial history and lifestyle fascinate her. She learns much about its women from whom she’ll find the strength to face her future.


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