Hide and Seek
Hide and Seek
Friday, 02.12.2022 |
Top Kino Saal 2

Rahlgasse 1 (corner of Theobaldgasse)
1060 Vienna



Entoni is a 10-year-old “scugnizzo”, or street urchin, living in Naples. He hangs out in the streets with Dylan every day, rides scooters, and sets things on fire. All the while, his grandmother Dora stands on her balcony with a cigarette in her mouth and watches her grandson anxiously. As a former criminal herself, she worries that Entoni is copying the pattern started by her and continued by Entoni’s incarcerated father. Her worries are suddenly exacerbated by a new Italian law that allows the forcible removal of children from parents involved in organized crime.


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