He’ll be at Venezia73 with his latest film ‘Il Più Grande Sogno’ and I predict mass hysteria.
Talk about managing a career in a smart way, Alessandro Borghi’s last two feature films have been huge, and he’s been huge in them. Playing Numero 8 in the cool Netflix production Suburra and Vittorio in the movie Italy submitted to the Oscars, Non Essere Cattivo (Don’t Be Bad), Borghi is on the precipice of greatness. (Good thing I’ve already gotten my selfie with him, because he’s going to be in high demand.)
Borghi won last year’s David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor and the Nastro D’Argento Revelation of the Year Award.
He’ll be at this year’s Venice Film Festival in a film competing in the Orrizzoti (Horizons) section in Michele Vannucci’s Il Più Grande Sogno (The Biggest Dream), the story of Mirko, a Roman criminal who gets elected to his local council (overwhelming, without even running) and decides to change his life.