Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore… The Cinque Terre, on the Italian Riviera between Genoa and Pisa, are the soul of
, the new cartoon from Pixar.
The director Enrico Casarosa, originally from the region, made him a character in his own right in his film.
This is where Disney +, its broadcaster, logically wanted to present it to the press.
These five charming villages with colorful houses bloom with jasmine in spring.
Clinging to the side of cliffs in the middle of terraced vineyards, difficult to reach by car, they are linked to each other by a railway line and hiking trails.
Famous vacation spots, of great authenticity, they have not changed since the years 1950-1960.
It was at this time that Enrico Casarosa, born in 1970, chose
to situate his story.
His work, an ode to the right to be different, is also a declaration of love for the golden age of the peninsula and its cinema, from Mastroianni to Fellini, and
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