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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure
  • Language:Italian
  • Pages:135
  • eBook ISBN:9781483537504

En una esquina del suburbio

Il tango triste y solitario di Victor Tremamundo

by Stefano Bozzo

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- Europa o Sudamerica è lo stesso. L’amore è uguale a Buenos Aires e a Roma, così come qui a Higoumenitsa. L’amore muove.


Una storia d'amore fuori dall'ordinario. Un racconto fuori dall'ordinario. Una sorta di Jules e Jim in acido. Narrato come un tango, come un lungo duello d'amore, tra scarti, casquè e coltellate. Una caccia e una fuga che attraversa il mondo e finisce dove tutte le storie finiscono. In Patagonia.

About the author

Stefano Jay Bozzo, born in Turin, Italy, in 1967. Seventeen years ago lost his chance to a brilliant university career in Literature, driving a minivan and blocking roads to help the making of “THE WAY WE LAUGHED”, the only Gianni Amelio’s movie to win the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. It was 1998. Since then he worked in several and different movie productions, from Production Assistant to First Assistant Director. He worked in Italy, in Europe and up to the extreme environment of Greenland to film “WHEN THE CHILDREN PLAY IN THE SKY.” Then he landed in Africa, determined to quit fictions for documentaries. In Sierra Leone he filmed “FREETOWN TENNIS CLUB”, showing how Freetown’s kids play good tennis, even without basic equipment. The film was official selection in Mumbai Film Festival in 2006. In Congo he filmed “SQUASH FOR LIFE”, to show how Squash can save the street kids of Kinshasha. Back in New York, he cofounded SPORTFORLIFE.ORG, a small NGO dedicated to help sports in post-conflict Countries. In 2008 he moves to Dili, Timor-Leste and starts to collaborate with FETTIL, Timor Tennis Federation. He lingers there for five years, producing documentaries for the local Government, for UNDP, World Bank and several international NGOs, including Save The Children and WaterAid. Meanwhile he published two novels, “VIA DI SCAMPO” (Exit Road), in 2007 and “VICIOUS CLUB”, in 2011. He completed a master in screenwriting online in Australia, with FAST SCREENPLAY method. Now he lives in Tyr, South of Lebanon, close to the border with Israel, writing full time. In 2013 the screenplay “THE STILL LIFE OF CORNELIUS”, receives awards and honorable mentions in Pennsylvania, at New Hope Film Festival; in Ohio, at The Indie Gathering Film Festival; in Mexico, at Oaxaca Film Festival. The screenplay, in Italian, “TUTTO BENE” (Everything’s fine), win the best drama award at ENDAS SCREENPLAY CONTEST 2013.