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Patricia Mazuy’s first shorts are considered by herself to be learning experiences—“At that time, I didn’t know or doubt anything. And it shows!,” she said once while referring to these works. That is why the chance of seeing La Scarpa, which tells the story of a fascist cowboy who goes after a flirtatious tourist convinced that he is actually contributing to the safety of all Italians, on a big screen is a unique opportunity
Patricia Mazuy was born in France in 1960. She is a writer-director. After her first shorts, she worked as an editor for Agnès Varda in Vagabond (1989). There she met Sandrine Bonnaire, who would become the star of Thick Skinned (1989), her first feature. She wrote and directed some of her works alongside her husband, actor Simon Reggiani.
F: Giovanni Fugazza
P: Patricia Mazuy
I: Laure Duthilleul