Inside, a highly anticipated new feature film launched by Disney e Pixar, “Luca”, Vespa – which brings with it a long tradition of appearances on the big screen – is once again the protagonist. The fabulous environment that is the stage for the adventures of the protagonists is that of the Ligurian coast of Five lands. And together with the natural elements that draw its splendor, among those that define its cultural contours is the Vespa, the most loved and famous scooter in the world that accompanies the adventures of the protagonists Luca and Alberto to discover the world.
Vespa synonymous with life force
“Vespa has always been able to transport its enthusiasts into a colorful and carefree dimension capable of making people dream, but it has also always been synonymous with vital force capable of“ setting things in motion ”. This same positive energy can be found in the film that tells the kind of friendship that helps us grow, transforming us into a better version of ourselves. Throughout the film, the Vespa is present as a symbol of this positive message. This special collaboration, in which Vespa touches the hearts of young and old, takes place precisely in the year of the seventy-fifth birthday of the scooter that has become an icon of Italian style in the world ”, reads the note. “Present in more than 1,400 films, Vespa has always had a privileged relationship with the big screen and cinema has played a very important role in building its myth”.
What is the new film “Luca” about?
Set in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera, the original Disney and Pixar animated film Luca is the story of a young boy who lives an experience of personal growth during an unforgettable summer surrounded by ice cream, pasta and endless rides by scooter. Luca shares these adventures with his new best friend, Alberto, but all the fun is threatened by a deep secret: they are sea monsters from another world located just below the surface of the water. Luca is directed by Academy Award® nominee Enrico Casarosa (La Luna) and produced by Andrea Warren (Lava, Cars 3).