The Protagonists – Margherita Coppola and Guglielmo Favilla
Actress Margherita Coppola was born in Naples in 1987, and moved to Paris in March 2014 to work as an actress and model in France. She entered the world of show business at only four years old and has appeared in various theatrical, film, and commercial productions. Recently, she performed in the show It’s Not True But I Believe It by P. De Filippo, directed by Michele Mirabella and performed on tour throughout Italy. In advertising, she has lent her face to famous brands including Tim, Telecom, Banca Mediolanum, and others.
Actor Guglielmo Favilla of Livorno, born in 1981, took his first steps in the industry with the independent film and theatre group The Licaoni (Last Blood, 2003; Kiss Me Lorena, 2006; “Dr. Johnson’s Punching Class,” 2011). After graduating in 2004 from the Experimental Film Center in Rome, he took part in various cinematographic productions (The First Beautiful Thing by Paolo Virzì, Floor 17 by the Manetti Bros.), and participated in various television series (including I Married a Cop, Inspector Coliandro, High Schoolers, Crimes). He returned to theatre in 2012 with The Comedy of Orlando by Emanuela Giordano alongside Isabella Ragonese, and in 2013 with The Jews Are Crazy by (and alongside) Dario Aggioli (a production of Teatro Forsennato). In 2014 he took part in the film I’ll Stop When I Want by Sydney Sibilia, and as the protagonist in the forthcoming second work by Roan Johnson.