Il figlio della Luna (film di Gianfranco Albano del 2007)

IL FIGLIO DELLA LUNA è un film interpretato nei ruoli principali da Lunetta Savino, Antonio Milo e Paolo Briguglia. La vicenda è incentrata sulla biografia di Fulvio Frisone, noto fisico siciliano di livello mondiale affetto fin dalla nascita da tetraparesi spastica e nonostante ciò capace di laurearsi e perseguire una brillante carriera accademica che dura ancora oggi.

Fulvio Frisone è un brillante ed affermato fisico che sta tenendo una conferenza in Australia con il supporto dei suoi anziani genitori. Dopo questo antefatto si passa ad un corposo flashback che ci riporta indietro di 26 anni quando a Siracusa, a seguito di inaspettate complicazioni durante il parto, la signora Lucia Frisone mette al mondo un bambino che col tempo manifesterà evidenti problemi di sviluppo fisico e cognitivo. Grazie alla tenacia della madre il povero Fulvio, che non parla e si muove con enormi difficoltà, riuscirà comunque a diplomarsi a Siracusa e continuare gli studi universitari a Catania. Fulvio Frisone è davvero diventato a suo tempo un caso nazionale trattandosi del primo laureato in Italia con evidente disabilità psicomotoria. Tanto esilarante quanto amara una scena in cui i genitori mettono in atto una goffa iniziativa per far provare a Fulvio ormai maggiorenne i piaceri del sesso tramite una prostituta, che però non se la sentirà di avere un rapporto con lui lasciandolo nello sconforto.

Il film è stato editato sia in versione cinematografica sia in due puntate per la TV, dove è stato trasmesso con ottimo riscontro di pubblico. Significativa l’interpretazione del giovane Paolo Briguglia, che ha avuto sicuramente un bel da fare per impersonare un ragazzo tetrapegico ed affetto da spasmi. Tra i ruoli minori, nei panni di un’avvenente receptionist durante la scena iniziale, troviamo un breve cameo di Maria Giovanna Grassi, che ha condiviso con chi scrive una profonda amicizia durante gli anni dell’università e che diventerà negli anni successivi un’affermata attrice di fiction.

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