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Summer Games (Giochi d’estate) | Review - La Film Fest 2012

Director: Rolando Colla Writers: Rolando Colla, Roberto Scarpetti, Olivier Lorelle, Pilar Anguita-MacKay Starring: Fiorella Campanella, Armando Condolucci, Alessia Barela, Antonio Merone, Roberta Fossile, Marco D'Orazi, Aaron Hitz, Monica Cervini, Francesco Huang, Chiara Scolari Nic's (Armando Condolucci) parents fight -- like a lot. His father beats his mother, sometimes in public. Afterwards, she runs away, but she always comes back. Nic is 12-years old. He is a callous ball of anger and resentment, teetering on the verge of becoming a sociopath. It is difficult to determine what is more traumatizing for Nic, his father's volcanic temper or the fact that his mother always comes back for more. Nic deals with the aforementioned family drama by role playing in borderline dangerous games with his friends. The games, which are centered around a dilapidated shed located in the middle of a cornfield, are riddled with psychosexual drama fueled by raging preteen hormones. An

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