“The Best Movie of the Year”

Sumptuous beauty, wild characters and bloody action

Filmed in the hills of Lucca Sicula, just five minutes from the famous Corleone (of the God father). Some have called the orange thief, the sicilian ‘amelie’ others the italian version of the coen brothers “brother where art thou?”. With a soundtrack based on Sicilian and souther italian folks songs and a glimpse at italian culture.

In between wood oven pizza and homemade wine a film was made. Just five kilometers from Corleone, in the bad hills of Sicily Italian-American directors James D’Angelo and Vinnie Angel stormed the scene with Milwaukee born Arthur Wilinski.

“Wildly original”

“best italian film of the decade!”

“a gem of a film...utterly delightful.”

“soaring soundtrack”



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M Chronicle 2008

Barbara Pokras, A.C.E.

“Stunning cinematography and the year’s best musical soundtrack”

GreenCINE Daily

Winner of 5 international festivals