Starting tomorrow, I'll get up late
story of Starting tomorrow, I’ll get up late is loosely inspired by the
life of Massimo Troisi, one of the greatest Italian actors, Oscar nominated,
whose career peaked with the film, The Postman (Il Postino), receiving
five Oscar nominations in 1996. Massimo Troisi died at the young age of
forty-one, following a serious heart illness, while he awaited a transplant
that would have taken place only days later. Massimo Troisi was a man with an
exceptional talent, and a great personal warmth; witty and funny even in
screenplay Starting tomorrow, I’ll get up late was written by Anna
Pavignano, who lived a wonderful love story with Massimo Troisi, and also
worked with him as co-author of his films, all of which were highly successful.
Anna Pavignano was Academy Award nominee for best screenplay for the film The
Postman (Il Postino) - 1996.
film, which takes place between North America and Italy, narrates Massimo
Troisi’s life, a successful actor, anguished by love and by Anna Paviganano, a
successful scriptwriter. Anna remembers everything about him, even more than
he, himself remembers. Unavoidable flashbacks of, both painful and amusing life
they both shared emerge, their personality, their way of thinking and Massimo’s
way of making people laugh.
tomorrow, I’ll get up late” It’s
a film that dreams of the possibility of an eternal and absolute love that
survives time, one that co-exists with life moving forward, where death is not
always the end.