No one breaks up at Christmas

A man, left by his own woman, tries to take his life off on Christmas night, but the incursion into a stranger's house will change his plans forcing him to help him in his desperate search for his wife.

  • FAUST cinema-teatro-scrittura
  • IENTU Film
  • Michael Giacalone
  • Fausto Romano
    Key Cast
    "Dino "
  • Massimiliano Aceti
    Key Cast
  • Milena Calogiuri
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Nessuno si lascia a Natale
  • Project Type:
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    December 23, 2018
  • Country of Origin:
  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Distribution Information
  • FAUST cinema-teatro-scrittura
    Country: Italy
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - FAUSTO ROMANO

FAUSTO ROMANO, (Galatina,1988) graduated in acting at the National Academy of Dramatic Art “Silvio D'Amico” in Rome.
In November 2011 he won the "SIAE Award" with the performance “Go to Theater” by K. Valentine and was awarded in Rome by Andrea Camilleri. He is one of the protagonists of "Guardami" program on new Italian talents aired on Rai3 and is chosen by Paolo Conte as the protagonist of his videoclip "Tropical".
Publishes two novels: " Grazie per aver viaggiato con noi" (Lupo Editore, 2013) and “Anche i pesci hanno il mal di mare" (Alter Ego Edizioni, 2016). He is author, director and interpreter of “Faustbook”, the first Web-series on books and his short films "CRATTA” co-produced by Apulia Film Commission and winner of many prizes like Fellini Award and Dino De Laurentiis Award.
He is the winner of the MiBact MigrArti2017 competition with the short film "The giraffe without a leg", written and directed by him, presented at the 74th Venice Film Festival, co-distributed by RAI Cinema, in quintet to the Golden Globes 2018, at Tirana Film Festival is included in the week of Italian cinema in New York and Washington.
His latest work is the short film “No one breaks up at Christmas”, an Italian-American co-production that has aroused a lot of interest to involve various Italian mayors who, to wish a Merry Christmas, have married the slogan with the title of the film disguising it an official ordinance.

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