RaiTrade, the Rome-based international sales outfit has sealed a host ofsales on its Cannes slate.
PupiAvati's Second Wedding Night, a comedy-drama set inthe south of Italyimmediately after the Second World War, was acquired by distributors in Mexico (CinemasNueva Era), Russia (Ruscico), Slovakia (STV), and Poland (TV Polska). Thepicture also sold to Australia (Palace) and Spain (Sagrera).
LambertoLambertini's Fire at my Heart (Fuoco Su Di Me), adrama starring Omar Sharif, has sold to Thailand (J-Bics), the Czech Republic(Czech Tv), the Middle East (Front Row), Romania (Tvr), Bulgaria (BNT) andMexico (Cinemas Nueva Era).
Thedrama also went to Brazil (Swen), Russia (Soyuz), and Australia (Palace).
Meanwhile,Rai Trade reported that buyers from Japan, Germany, and the US have beencircling Deadly Kitesurf, a romantic comedy-thriller about kite-surfing inKenya, as well as The Two Tigers, about a beautiful woman who works as aprofessional killer but whose life is changed during a mission in Shanghai.
RaiTrade also reported interest from the US, France and Latin America for itsdocumentary, The True Legend of Tony Vilar, aboutthe 1960s South American crooner.
AndMaurizio Sciarra's drama What Love (Quale Amore), which is inspired by Lev Tolstoy's novel, The Kreutzer Sonata, has stirred interest in France, Spain and Germany.