Pinocchio (2012 film)
|Directed by||Enzo D'Alò|
|Written by||Carlo Collodi (novel)
|Based on||The Adventures of Pinocchio
by Carlo Collodi
|Music by||Lucio Dalla|
|Edited by||Gianluca Cristofari|
The original score was composed by Lucio Dalla, and includes songs performed by Leda Battisti and Nada. The vocal cast of the film includes Rocco Papaleo (Mangiafuoco), Maurizio Micheli (the cat), Paolo Ruffini (Candlewick), Andy Luotto and the same Lucio Dalla.
In a small village in Tuscany, the poor carpenter Geppetto decides to fabricate a wooden puppet with socket because he feels himself alone. The puppet is called Pinocchio, and that magically comes to life and begins to make jokes of all kinds to Geppetto and the villagers. Soon Pinocchio escapes, although his father wants him to go to study in school like a normal child; the puppet is captured by the puppeter Mangiafoco, who wants to roast him, but Pinocchio moves him, and manages to save his life. Pinocchio runs into other adventures, encountering swindlers: the Cat and the Fox, then the good Fairy, who protects him, and a the end Lucignolo, a rascal who leads Pinocchio in the fantastic Wonderland.
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