Fandango team in Netflix and Ferrando series ‘adult life lies’ – Variety2 min read
Netflix and Italy’s Fandango have teamed up around the world to develop a series based on the latest bestselling novel “Adults of the Adults” by Italian nove panacea Elena Ferrante.
The book became an instant bestseller in Italy immediately after its November 2019 release locally.
“The Lighting Life of Adults” is a ray of portrayal of Jivanna, a young woman who was transformed from childhood to adolescence in the 1990s. “Giovanna seeks its true reflection in two indigenous cities that fear and hate each other: the Naples of heights,” , And Naples of the Depths, the Place of Excess and Pornography, ”Content provided by Europa Edition according to the promotion.
“As he moves between these two cities, he becomes unconscious of the fact that, no matter how high or low, no city seems to be able to answer or escape.”
Named one of the most influential people of the year in 2016 by TIM Magazine, Ferante is considered one of the world’s most read and favorite authors of the twenty-first century.
“We are incredibly honored to be entrusted with the task of developing a series based on the ‘False Lives of Adults,'” said Philip Tews, director of the original Netflix local language series.
“Ilina Ferante’s book has inspired and enchanted audiences in Italy and around the world, and we are delighted to bring her latest efforts to the screen of our latest audience. We are also excited to continue our partnership with Fandango, and invest in more unique Made in Italy stories that we believe will resonate in Italy and around the world. “
Netflix has expanded operations in Italy where they have joined the national motion picture org ANIACA and will soon be headquartered in central Rome.
Fandango is among the Italian companies, including Wildside, who teamed up with Rye and HBO to return based on the “My Bright Friend” trilogy of the series “Franti’s” Neapolitan Novels “, the second season of which was recently aired in the United States.
“We are delighted to be able to continue the world with the return of Elena,” said Domenico Procasi, founder of Fandango. “Adult of the Adult Life,” published by our friends at E / O, is another, intimate but different, (Neapolitan novel) part of the world. “
“It will be a great adventure and we are happy to partner with Netflix, with whom we now have a strong and integrated relationship.”
Netflix and Fandango previously collaborated on the Dinitra series “Luna Nera”.