Eight-year-old Vincent is trying to make sense of the world by following the example of the adults around him, but that approach isn't really working out. So, with the help of his companion the turtle, Vincent embarks on a journey that leads him to a simple yet important realization: Adults can't always be trusted. Giulio Ricciarelli's short film is shot from a child's perspective and should delight young audiences.
Length: 14 minutes
Premiere: New York
Giulio Ricciarelli was born in Milan in 1965. After his schooling in Munich, he attended the renowned Otto-Falkenberg Acting Academy between 1985 and 1987, after which he acted in numerous films. In 1998 he and Sabine Lamby founded Naked Eye Filmproduction, which produced acclaimed films like Birthday (2001), Madrid (2003), and The Friend (2003). Vincent (2005) marks Ricciarelli's directorial debut.