The 11th Annual Yale Festival of New Italian Cinema: SE DIO VUOLE (2015)

Event time: 
Saturday, April 30, 2016 - 7:30pm
Whitney Humanities Center See map
53 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Event description: 

Se Dio Vuole (God Willing) 
dir. Edoardo Maria Falcone (2015) [87 min]

The life of a bourgeois family in Rome is upset by the announcement that the son, Andrea, wants to enter the priesthood. His father, Tommaso, a cynical athiest, will do whatever it takes to avoid this, even if it involves tailing the charismatic, unconventional Father Pietro—the priest who, he believes, has brainwashed his son. Edoardo Falcone’s first feature film, Se Dio Vuole, is a hilarious and irreverent comedy about family, religion, and finding one’s own place in life.

To guarantee a seat for the screenings, all open to the public, please reserve your free tickets to the 11th Annual Yale Festival of New Italian Cinema here.

The Yale Italian Film Festival is sponsored by: the Department of Italian; European Studies Council of the MacMillan center; FAS Dean’s Office; Film Study Center, courtesy Paul L. JoskowGellar Fund; Office of New Haven and State Affairs; Saybrook College; School of Drama; Whitney Humanities Center.