(ANSA) – ROME, NOV 18 – “Blanca goes on like a train as if she has no kind of disability. When something from the surrounding area attracts her attention, it is as if she entered a” black room “, in which she isolates the sound produced by a thing or a person, while everything else disappears “, explains Maria Chiara Giannetta. “A challenge that rarely happens in an actor’s career. I was lucky enough to have someone like Maestro Bocelli. It opened me up to an all-encompassing world”, he underlines.
‘Blanca’ is the new unconventional fiction interpreted by the actress and Giuseppe Zeno, arriving from November 22 on Rai1 in six first evenings. Presented in the Rai studios in via Asiago, with the live performance of Calibro 35, in the presence of the directors of Rai Fiction Maria Pia Ammirati and Rai1 Stefano Coletta, ‘Blanca’ is inspired by the novel of the same name by Patrizia Rinaldi and follows the story of a young woman woman who, at the age of 12, lost her sight due to a fire and in which her sister died. She joined the police and is now a consultant in Genoa. Blanca specializes in decodage, that is the analytical listening of all the audio materials of the investigations, such as wiretapping and interrogations.
Produced by Lux Vide in collaboration with Rai Fiction, the series is directed by Jan Maria Michelini (flanked by Giacomo Martelli for episodes 4-6) and was created with the artistic advice of Andrea Bocelli: the master not only described to the screenwriters the ‘world of the blind’, but also did a little training for our protagonist.
It is also the first series in the world made with the use of holophony, a special sound recording technique that allows it to be reproduced in a similar way to how it is perceived by the human hearing system.
We will also see an unconventional Genoa, beautiful and gray, where Blanca will bring color with her colorful clothes, the funk music of the Calibro 35, which she listens to very loud even on the street, and the overwhelming energy. The first 100 ‘episode premiered on RaiPlay from Saturday 20 November (ANSA).
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