The eight-episode dramatization of Ferrante’s 1970s-set novel “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay” was announced Wednesday at an RAI online news conference in Rome, ahead of its February 6 release. The 3rd season of the RAI and HBO program “My Brilliant Friend” is planned to premiere on HBO and HBO Max on February 28 in Italy and February 28 in the United States.
The emotional drama is centered on the third novel in Elena Ferrante’s complete saga. This season invites fans to watch as the pair move closer in a society that is always changing, both on a small and large scale. If it’s anything like the prior season, fans can anticipate a premium brand from one of HBO’s finest intellectual programs.
|My Brilliant Friend Season 1 Release Date||November 18, 2018|
|My Brilliant Friend Season 2 Release Date||February 10, 2020|
|My Brilliant Friend Season 3 Release Date||February 28, 2022|
My Brilliant Friend Season 2 Recap
My Brilliant Friend: Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay portrays Lila portrayed by Gaia Gerace. A young mother with a son who has divorced her husband and luxurious life to work in factories under challenging conditions. Meantime, Elena, or Lenù played by Margherita Mazzucco, has moved out of the Naples area, acquired a college diploma, and produced a bestselling novel. All of which has opened a lot of doors to a privileged and opulent society.
Two very different women are straining against the limits of a lifetime of pain, misunderstanding, and servitude in various manners. They are very much still connected to one another as they negotiate the options that have been offered up as a result of societal developments in the 1970s. Whereas the first 2 seasons, directed most often by Saverio Costanzo. Were inspired by Neorealism and the French New Wave, the 3rd season, oriented by veteran Italian auteur Daniele Luchetti. Pays homage to 1970s American indie theatre, particularly John Cassavetes’ work, particularly the way Luchetti collaborated with his cast members.
At a press conference in Rome, producer Lorenzo Mieli stated that this edition of “My Brilliant Friend” presented various problems. One of them was that the leads, both 18 years old, had to portray women who were older than they are now. In terms of practicality, despite the pandemic’s limits, the set traveled quite a little. Traveling across Naples to Pisa, Florence, and Urbino, just as the narrative jumped out of constraints.
My Brilliant Friend Season 3 Story
The published novel, entitled “The Digression,” follows the progression of her connection with Lila. Essentially all of the incidents that the reader has witnessed thus far. Elena gives a book presentation in the finale episode when she is reconnected with Nino, an old buddy, and former crush. As well as Lila’s ex-lover whom she hasn’t seen for decades. The series concludes with an image of Elena, who is clearly overjoyed to see Nino.
Elena and Nino’s reconciliation is inclined to give larger context in season 3, which will also follow the happenings of Ferrante’s third installment. “Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay,” the second novel in the series, finds Lila separated from her spouse and working in a sausage factory. Where she is subjected to sexual molestation on a regular basis. While continuing to work, Lila is learning computer science with Enzo Scanno. A familiar figure from their childhood with whom she is forming emotions.
My Brilliant Friend Season 3 Cast
Since the drama tracks the two main protagonists throughout periods of their life, several actors already have played them. Actress Margherita Mazzucco has played Elena for the majority of Season 1 and some of Season 2. With Elisa del Genio representing the younger image of Elena for Season 1 and even some of Season 2. Elena was also played by an elder actor, Elisabetta De Palo, in a guest role as a senior. Ingrid del Genio is a guest part as a really infant Elena. Conversely, the second main character, Lila, has had two renowned performers play the role so far. With Gaia Girace representing the older Lila and Ludovica Nasti representing the youthful Lila.
We might hope to see fresh faces portraying the classic characters as the plot progresses in their existence. The third book brings the characters farther into maturity. The year before, TVZap reported that Girace would leave the show after 3 episodes of season 3, with an unnamed actor taking his place.