We are still waiting for summer…thinking on holiday give us a sense of well-being. A good way to spend this feverish waiting is dive into reading. We suggest an amazing theatrical monologue “Novecento: pianist” written by the Italian writer Alessandro Baricco.
The filmmaker Giuseppe Tornatore directed the adaptation of this book into the movie “The legend of 1900”, starring Tim Roth.
If you need other suggestions to create an holiday atmosphere, don’t worry we’ll come back the next week with CulturItaly.
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