The Last Prosecco

October 201796 minutes
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The Last Prosecco is a 2017 Italian giallo comedy film directed and co-written by Antonio Padovan, his first feature film, an adaptation of the 2010 Italian novel Finché c'è prosecco c'è speranza by co-screenwriter Fulvio Ervas. Set mainly in the Province of Treviso, the area of the Veneto region where Prosecco grapes are grown, the film follows an awkward police inspector assigned to investigate a bizarre suicide followed swiftly by two murders. The film spotlights the Prosecco-making world while incorporating "a strong environmental message". The film has "captivated audiences through the expression of the magic and charm" of a "unique region of Italy."

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Italian (Stereo)
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Run time
96 minutes
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