Some things are better left untold
SYNOPSIS: A journey between Puglia and Basilicata during a sultry summer. There are villages perched right over the sea, caves and religious processions that crowd the streets, religious liturgical chants can be heard everywhere. The daily ritual of the rosary recited by the women of the country, the ancient paintings of the churches that seem to come to life under the gaze of the camera.
PROFILE: Born in Rome in 1990 from an Italian father and a Belgian mother, Mathieu Volpe lived in Bari until the age of nineteen. Thanks to his mother he keeps in contact with the Belgian culture, and for this reason he decides to move to Bruxelles to study Direction at the Instiut des Arts de Diffusion of Louvain-la-Neuve, with the purpose of transforming his passion for cinema into a profession. This documentary is his diploma work and, as he himself quotes “…. an occasion to re-dicover my roots, exploring some realities of the Puglia region.”