Joe Pantoliano Heads Again to Italy in Official Trailer for ‘From the Vine’
“Should you construct this winery in honour of your grandfather, it will possibly grow to be everybody’s dream.” Indiecan Ent. has launched an official trailer for an indie drama titled From the Vine, tailored from the novel “Finding Marco” by Kenneth Canio Cancellara. This performed on the Ischia World Movie & Music Fest in Italy final 12 months, and likewise stopped by the Napa Valley and Naples Movie Festivals. The story follows a person who has an “moral disaster” and returns to his hometown in rural Italy, the place he finds new objective reviving his grandfather’s outdated winery, and determining a sustainable future for the small city close by. Joe Pantoliano stars as Marco, with a forged together with Paula Brancati, Marco Leonardi, Wendy Crewson, Tony Nardi, Tony Nappo, Franco Lo Presti, and Kevin Hanchard. This seems to be largely innocent and drunk-on-wine enjoyable, but it surely will get bizarre when the moon begins talkin’. This performs like an amusing Italy tourism video than an actual hearty drama.
Here is the primary official trailer (+ poster) for Sean Cisterna’s From the Vine, direct from YouTube:
A downtrodden man named Marco (Joe Pantoliano) experiences an moral disaster and travels again to his hometown in rural Italy to recalibrate his ethical compass. As soon as there he finds new objective in reviving his grandfather’s outdated winery, providing the small city of Acerenza a sustainable future, and reconnecting together with his estranged household within the course of… From the Vine is directed by Canadian producer / filmmaker Sean Cisterna, director of the movies King of the Camp, Moon Level, Full Out, and Kiss and Cry beforehand. The screenplay is written by Willem Wennekers, tailored from the novel “Finding Marco” by Kenneth Canio Cancellara. This primary premiered on the Ischia World Movie & Music Fest in Italy final 12 months. Indiecan Ent. will launch Cisterna’s From the Vine direct-to-VOD beginning on July 10th this month. So who needs to observe?