ⓘ La seconda ombra

                                     

ⓘ La seconda ombra

La seconda ombra is Italian film directed by Silvano Agosti in 2000.

The major part of cast was composed of people who had actually worked or lived in psychiatric hospitals of Gorizia and Trieste.

                                     
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