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  1. For The Sicilian Girl, Amenta received a David di Donatello nomination for Best New Director. According to a New York Times movie review, the film is hobbled by sluggish direction by Amenta, who previously addressed Atria’s story in his 1997 documentary, One Girl Against the Mafia: Diary of a Sicilian Rebel .

    • Pasquale Catalano
    • October 29, 2008 (Rome International Film Festival), February 27, 2009 (Italy)
    • Simonetta Amenta, Tilde Corsi, Gianni Romoli
    • Marco Amenta
  2. The movie narrates a true story from the point of view of a member of a powerful Sicilian family. It is suspenseful, realistic without being overly violent, moving. While Ecellent Cadavers describes mafia from the judges's point of view, and La Scorta does the same from the bodyguards'point of view, The Sicilian girl is about the fight of an ...

  3. The Sicilian Girl. On November 5th 1991, Rita Atria, a 17-year-old Sicilian girl, goes to see an anti-Mafia judge Paolo Borsellino to denounce the Mafia system that was responsible for the murder of her father and her brother. It is the first time that such a young woman from a Mafia family rebels and betrays the Mafia.

    • 2 min
  4. Inspired by a true story, "The Sicilian Girl" is a compelling look into the Sicilian Mafia. As it is told from Rita's point of view, any romantic notions of it are peeled away at the same time she ...

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    • Music Box Films
    • Marco Amenta
    • Drama
  5. The movie narrates a true story from the point of view of a member of a powerful Sicilian family. It is suspenseful, realistic without being overly violent, moving. While Ecellent Cadavers describes mafia from the judges's point of view, and La Scorta does the same from the bodyguards'point of view, The Sicilian girl is about the fight of an ...

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    • DVD
  6. Aug 04, 2010 · La siciliana ribelle: Directed by Marco Amenta. With Veronica D'Agostino, Gérard Jugnot, Marcello Mazzarella, Mario Pupella. The true story of 17-year-old Sicilian Rita Atria (Veronica D'Agostino) -- who broke the Sicilian Mafia's code of silence and testified against the "family business" after both her father and then her brother are both murdered -- is brought to vivid life in Marco Amenta ...

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    • Marco Amenta
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