(by the correspondent Alessandra Magliaro) CANNES, 21 MAY – Just 20 years ago Jasmine Trinca made her debut as a teenager at the cinema, directly at the Cannes Film Festival, commissioned by Nanni Moretti for the Son’s Room, Palme d’Or 2001. “I started with a special film and it has a special effect on me to be here today, to watch everything I have done, to think about how much luck and happiness “, says the actress who is on the jury chaired by Vincent Lindon who will award the Palme d’Or on May 28th and accompanies his directorial debut with Marcel! With great emotion, today in a special screening. The film, a Cinemaundici and Totem Atelier production with Rai Cinema in cinemas with Vision from 1 June, tells the relationship “of love and cruelty” between a mother and a daughter, all seen through the eyes of the little girl (Maayane Conti) who, of her father, she is raised by her paternal grandparents (grandmother is Giovanna Ralli, grandfather Umberto Orsini) in the building next to the one where her mother (Alba Rohrawcher) lives, a street artist who proposes a number with the dog Marcel who seems love more than your daughter. All set in a microcosm of buildings where everyone knows each other (the Garbatella in Rome), with Fellini and Chaplinian echoes. At the origin there is a process of elaboration of the experience of Jasmine Trinca, “a fable that re-elaborates my past, as a stage in a path of treatment that began a long time ago but which certainly – replies to ANSA – this film gives nice blow “. The daughter who admires this mother who seems to have space in her heart only for the dog (later it turns out to be a mourning too) makes even a bad part of her grow inside her. We are far from the “stereotype of the protective mother. I had a mother much freer than me now, avant-garde, pioneer, not a mother devoted to children, a crooked mother like the one in the film, inhabited by art and pain, a superheroine seems to me today, struggling to live. She transmitted the feminine to me a lot, with the little we had I arrived here in Cannes, and this film is also an attempt to make peace with her and thank her. I have come from years and years of joys and pains, creatively transforming this experience has given me great energy and makes me seem now everything lighter ”. (HANDLE).