Rossella Piccinno

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Hanna and Violka| 56mins
Director: rossella piccinno | Producer:
Focus Years: | Country: Italy
Subject Tags: europe, health, italy, migration, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Hanna Korszla, one of Italy’s 1,700,000 immigrant carers, has lived in the Salento for three years, looking after Antonio - who is over 80 and suffers from Alzheimer’s - day and night. Violka, her 19-year-old Polish daughter, is out of work. She takes on Hanna’s role as ‘Ntoni’s carer, enabling her mother to return to Poland to visit family. There Hanna comes to terms with a difficult past and a problematical present, while Violka, extremely young to look after such an old man, gets to grips with a stay in Italy which is anything but a holiday.

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