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"Sea purple" is playing at the 2013 San Diego Italian Film Festival (October 25th, 7:00 pm). Against the background of a nineteenth-century Sicily, in a small island, Angela to survive the scandal of his homosexuality; You initially accept camouflage. Hiding their femininity; the services; by little when you divampleGrave; Love, paid, for the beautiful and solar sara. Their saragrave relationship; opportunity to challenge at all costs the mentality; Chiusa and Archaic of that ancient earth. Based On True Historical Events First Adapted Into in Novel in 2004, Viola di Mare / Sea Purple (2009) Tells The Story of Angela's Female-To-Male Transformation for Love of Her Long-Time Friend Sara. The Story Is Set On Island Off The Coast of Sicily In The 19th Century, In An Immutable And Uncontaminated Universe Where As Prince Salina Of The Leopard Would Say, "Everything Has To Change For Everything to Stay The Same." While The Love Story Between The Two Female Protagonists, Beautifully Played By Up-and-Coming Italian Actresses Valeria Solarino And Isabella Aragonese, Remains at the Center, The Film Also Exposes The Brutal Labor Conditions Forced Upon The Inhabitants Of The Island, And The Hypocrisy Of The Powerful Perpetrated With The Blessing of the Church. The Film Explores The Fluidity of Gender and Sexual Identities and Denounces The Damages of a Hostile Patriarchal System. Ennio Fantastichini, Maria Grazia Cucinotta and Giselda Volodi Give Reting Performances As Supporting Cast While Gianna Nannini's Soundtrack is Spellbinding Against The Backdrop of A Stunning Wild Landscape.