Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

Past Event

World Cinema Series

Human Capital

(Director:
Paolo Virzi 2013) Dino Ossola, a small-time real estate agent who dreams of
bigger things; Serena Ossola, his teenage daughter who dates a spoiled rich
brat; Carla Bruneschi, an actress who has given up her career to marry a
wealthy businessman; Massimiliano Giovanni Bernaschi, her husband, a powerful
player; Massimiliano Bernaschi, the troubled son of the Bernaschis; Roberta
Ossola, a psychologist, Dino’s second wife; Donato Russomano, a brilliant drama
teacher who is stuck on Carla; Luca Ambrosini, a teenager frowned upon by
others; an anonymous cyclist… They are all shareholders of the human capital.

Not Rated (111 minutes)

Box Office: 732.263.6889

Apr09, 2018

7:30 PM

Free and open to the public

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