Italy, 2008, 137 Minute Running Time
Topics: Crime, Drama, Gangster
Program: Awards Buzz
Language: Italian English Sub-Titles
Awards: Official Oscar Submission 2008, Best Foreign Language Film
Grand Prix, Cannes
Based on the incendiary novel by Roberto Saviano and winner of the Cannes Film Festival's Grand Prize, Gomorrah is a stark and unromanticized portrait of the influential Neapolitan crime clans who secretly rule a world where the line between criminals and upstanding citizens is frighteningly blurred.
DIRECTOR: Matteo Garrone
Producer: Domenico Procacci
Editor: Marco Spoletini
Screenwriter: Maurizio Braucci, Ugo Chiti, Gianni Di Gregorio, Matteo Garrone, Massimo Gaudioso, Roberto Saviano
Cinematographer: Marco Onorato
Principal Cast: Maria Nazionale, Salvatore Cantalupo, Gigio Morra, Salvatore Abruzzese, Marco Macor
Filmography: First Love (2004), The Embalmer (2002), Roman Summer (2000), Guests (1998)
Print Source: Fandango Portobello Sales
Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles
Official Film Website
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