Marco Amenta's "The Sicilian Girl"

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Marco Amenta talks about his film “The Sicilian Girl,” based on the true story of Rita Atria, a 17-year-old Sicilian whose father and brother were both Mafia members (and victims). Rita breaks the vow of silence that rules that world. “The Sicilian Girl” is playing at Film Forum August 4–17.


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