During a summer in a small provincial town, the lives of three young people – Renata, Luisa and her Albanian boyfriend Bilal – intertwine in a story of blackmail, betrayed love and violence. The girls “want to flee a working culture that is only about making money, often in vain; from the banality of lives lived in sacrifice and silence; from the anger triggered by a lack of dreams.”

“The world view of Alessandro Rossetto, who makes his narrative debut with Small Homeland after years spent making documentary films, is tremendously stark and pessimistic. [...] Rossetto’s film does- n’t leave any breathing room to viewers, who are trapped in a story that offers no way out and puts them – emotionally and otherwise – through the wringer.” Carlo Griseri, CinemaItaliano.info

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