Notturno by Marco Adamo Graziosi and Maria Host-Ivessich is a captivating fairy tale film featuring modeling by Hana Habrahamova at Major and Eulalia at Boom. A poem by Sylvlia Plath is read in the background by narrator Carlotta Cioffi.
The two models play sisters who die every morning, and are revitalized each night. This film has an indigenous and folky feel with the combination of the poem, setting and models cloths.
Marco Adamo Graziosi and Maria Host-Ivessich styled the models in clothes by Italian designer Alberto Aspesi, and the colors and fabrics with the setting creating a mythical setting. They captured this film in a spa town with beautiful natural pools in Tuscany, Italy.
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