PLOT : As he undergoes a divorce, Jack (Micheál Richardson) — a manager of a ‘for sale’ London art gallery — struggles to gain enough money to purchase the business from his estranged wife. Jack approaches his bohemian artist father, Robert (Liam Neeson) — informing him that he’s going to sell their house in Tuscany, Italy. When they arrive in the vast Italian countryside, they find their neglected, run-down piece of real estate in desperate need of home improvement. As they gradually repair the dilapidated villa, Jack and Robert dig up old memories and conflicts — finding themselves at emotional crossroads.
James D’Arcy. A British actor, writer and director best known for his performances in Broadchurch, Homeland, and Those Who Kill. He made his debut as a writer-director with the Nikolaj Coster-Waldau starring short film Chicken/Egg. He writes and directs his first feature film with Made in Italy. He currently stars as Ludovico Sforza in the Italian-British TV series Leonardo, which recounts the extraordinary life of Leonardo da Vinci.
Length 1h 34min
Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello, Liam Neeson, Lindsay Duncan, Helena Antonio, Yolanda, Kettle, Eileen Walsh, Julian Ovenden, Gian Marco Tavani, Lavinia Biagi,
Distribution Pacific Northwest Pictures, Crave-current streaming home in Canada
Production CrossDay Productions Ltd., Indiana Production, Ingenious Media, Rojovid Films