Für immer Mery

1989

Forever Mery (Italian: Mery per sempre), is a 1989 Italian drama film directed by Marco Risi and released in 1989. It stars Michele Placido, Claudio Amendola, Alessandra Di Sanzo, Francesco Benigno, Roberto Mariano, Maurizio Prollo, Filippo Genzardi, Alfredo Li Bassi, Salvatore Termini, Luigi Maria Burruano, Gianluca Favilla, Giovanni Alamia and Tony Sperandeo.

Mery per sempre is set in Rosaspina, a fictionary juvenile detention centre (the actual one is called Malaspina) in Palermo, Sicily, during the 1980s. The protagonist, Marco Terzi (Michele Placido), is a teacher who has been transferred to Palermo from Milan. He obtains a temporary position as teacher inside the institution, waiting to start teaching in a high school, and has great difficulty in establishing a rapport with the young, hostile students; in particular, Natale Sperandeo (Francesco Benigno), the leader of the group, who is inside for murder, and Pietro Giancona (Claudio Amendola). Terzi's situation is further complicated when Mario Libassi (Alessandra Di Sanzo), a transvestite prostitute, nicknamed Mery, falls in love with him and when Claudio severely hits Carmelo who wanted rape him. With the passing of time, however, Terzi slowly gains the respect and admiration of his students, even from the most hardened of the young men, but he comes in contrast with the director and the warders. After the death of Pietro, killed during a robbery after a jailbreak, he decides to refuse the well paid position in the high school to stay with the boys.

Forever Mery was followed in 1990 with the sequel Ragazzi fuori, featuring most of the same cast and characters, with the exception of Placido and Amendola. The film Mery per sempre was the inspiration behind a song with the same name by the popular Israeli singer Ivri Lider.[1]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1989
16.05.1991 in Deutschland
weitere Titel:
Mery per sempre
ميري بير سيمبري
Mary per sempere
Für immer Mery
Genre:Homosexualität im Film, Filmdrama
Herstellungsland:Italien
Originalsprache:Italienisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 862
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1990
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists
Silver Ribbon
Best Producer (Migliore Produttore)
Gewinner
1990
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists
Silver Ribbon
Best Director (Regista del Miglior Film)
Nominiert
1990
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists
Silver Ribbon
Best Actor (Migliore Attore Protagonista)
Nominiert
1990
Golden Ciak Awards
Golden Ciak
Best Film (Miglior Film)
Nominiert
1990
Golden Ciak Awards
Golden Ciak
Best Screenplay (Migliore Sceneggiatura)
Nominiert
1990
Golden Ciak Awards
Golden Ciak
Best Supporting Actor (Migliore Attore Non Protagonista)
Nominiert
1990
Golden Ciak Awards
Golden Ciak
Best Editing (Miglior Montaggio)
Nominiert
1990
Golden Ciak Awards
Golden Ciak
Best Sound (Miglior Sonoro in Presa Diretta)
Nominiert
1989
Golden Sacher Awards, Italy
Golden Sacher
Best Actor (Migliore Attore)
Gewinner
1989
Golden Sacher Awards, Italy
Golden Sacher
Best Film (Miglior Film)
Gewinner
1989
Golden Sacher Awards, Italy
Golden Sacher
Best Screenplay (Migliore Sceneggiatura)
Gewinner
1989
Montréal World Film Festival
Special Grand Prize of the Jury
Gewinner
1989
David di Donatello Awards
David
Best Director (Migliore Regista)
Nominiert
1989
David di Donatello Awards
David
Best Producer (Migliore Produttore)
Nominiert
1989
David di Donatello Awards
David
Best Sound (Migliore Fonico di Presa Diretta)
Nominiert
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
Best Supporting Performance
Nominiert
1989
European Film Awards
European Film Award
European Supporting Performance of the Year
Nominiert
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