Good Will Hunting is a 1997 American psychological drama film directed by Gus Van Sant, and written by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, starring Robin Williams.
The movie won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.
It’s a story written by Tom Schulman about bonds, relationships and encounters that change men deeply. for poetry, for free thought, for life. That love that drives us to help others excel by following our own passions, impulses, magnificent and sometimes irrational leaps, regardless of structured and imposed social dictates.
Thirty years after its cinematic debut the play still represents a milestone in the experience of thousands of people around the world. Bringing the story of the young students of the Welton Academy to the stage and their meeting with Professor Keating means giving new life to these ties, renewing that experience in those who have a strong memory of the cinematic film and making it discover to those new generations who, perhaps, they haven’t yet seen this story told on the big screen and still don’t know “that the mighty show goes on, and that you can contribute a verse.”
Luca Bastianello plays the charming Professor Keating, expelled from a prestigious American college for his educational methods too unconventional with respect to the strict US protocol. Luca is surrounded by his six young students.Excellent lighting and musics.among the “chair choreography” that evidences places and times.
The stage version, directed by Director Marco Iacomelli and co-directed by Costanza Filaroni premiered last night and will run until May 7th 202
Teatro Franco Parenti
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