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I, Don Giovanni

Io, Don Giovanni · dir. Carlos Saura
Spain, Austria, Italy 2009, 127’

An elegant drama based on the life of 18th-century Italian libertine poet Lorenzo da Ponte. A good friend and protégé of Giacomo Casanova and the favorite librettist of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, da Ponte penned some of Mozart's finest operas, including Cosi fan tutte, The Marriage of Figaro and their final collaboration, Don Giovanni, one of the jewels of the repertoire. This film recounts the story behind the creation of this operatic gem. And while there are plenty of songs and theatrics, this is not simply a re-staging of this opus...

Director:Carlos Saura
Screenplay:Carlos Saura, Raffaello Uboldi
Music:Nicola Tescari
Cinematography:Vittorio Storaro
Cast:Lorenzo Balducci, Lino Guanciale, Emilia Verginelli