Intramovies, the Rome-based sales outfit, has picked up world sales rights on Berlinale Panorama selection One Life Maybe Two by Alessandro Aronadi.

The film, which stars Lorenzo Balducci (pictured), was inspired by events at the G8 summit in Genoa in 2001, where police clashed with anti-capitalist protesters. It focuses on a 24 year old man whose life is changed after the car he is travelling in smashes in a car of plain clothes police. Intra boarded the film just prior to the EFM.

Also on Intra’s EFM slate is the market debut of Isotta Tota’s comedy Clash Of Civilisation Over An Elevator In Piazza Vittorio; Alfonso Arau’s comedy L’Imbroglio Nel Lenzuolo, starring Maria Grazia Cucinotta and Anne Parillaud; war movie The Man Who Will Come; Donatella Maiorca’s Sea Purple about a forbidden relationship in nineteenth century Sicily; drug-based drama Polvere, and Alessandro Di Robilant’s Marpiccolo.