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The 46th Toronto International Film Festival runs September 9–18, 2021. in Canada's most vibrant and exciting metropolis, it has become one of the most important film events on the festival calendar.

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Indivisible by Edoardo De Angelis has been selected at the tiff in Contemporary World Ci

After being screened successfully at the 73rd Venice Film Festival / Venice Days, we're happy to announce you that Indivisibili (Indivisible) by Edoardo De Angelis has been selected at the tiff – Toronto International Film Festival in Contemporary World Cinema section.


by Edoardo De Angelis   PEREZ., 2014




Original Title: INDIVISIBILI 

Cast: Angela Fontana, Marianna Fontana, Antonia Truppo (They Call Me Jeeg, The Double Hour), Tony Laudadio (Perez., We Have a Pope), Antonio Pennarella (Perez., We Believed), Peppe Servillo (Song ‘e Napule), Gaetano Bruno (The Double Hour, The Consequences of Love), Gianfranco Gallo, Massimiliano Rossi, Marco Mario De Notaris (Song ‘e Napule)

Screenplay: Nicola Guaglianone, Barbara Petronio, Edoardo De Angelis

Producers: O’ Groove, Tramp Limited

Italy – 2016 – Drama – v.o. Italian 103 min 


Synopsis: Daisy and Viola are siamese twin sisters on the verge of turning 18, living in the suburbs of Naples. They are blessed with beautiful voices and thanks to their performances at weddings, communions and baptisms, they get the livelihood for the whole family. 

Kept isolated from the rest of the world by their own father, who just exploits them in order to make money, their life turns upside-down when one of them falls in love for the first time and they discover that they can be separated.


Press Review:

“Wavering between realism and something more visionary, between beauty and ugliness and religion and superstition, a film like Indivisible would not have been possible without a powerful pair of protagonists, and the Fontana sisters are a revelation” (Vittoria Scarpa, Cineuropa  


“De Angelis has packed a lot into this family drama and has done a splendid job formulating a narrative that while, completely unusual, is absolutely identifiable for anyone who has ever grown to adulthood” (Cheri Passell, I Love Italian Movies).



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