Un amore, the trailer of the series with Micaela Ramazzotti and Stefano Accorsi

It will debut exclusively on Sky and streaming only on NOW in the week of Valentine’s Day, from 16 February, A love, the new Sky Original series created by Stefano Accorsi and Enrico Audenino for which the official trailer is released today. A six-episode series produced by Sky Studios and Cattleya, part of ITV Studios, with the Ministry of Culture –

Directorate General for Cinema and Audiovisual and with the support of the Emilia-Romagna Region, through the Emilia-Romagna Film Commission.

What is he talking about A love

A love story that resists time and distance, for a series directed by Francesco Lagi and set between Bologna and Spain. Un Amore tells, along two distinct time lines, between present and past, an indissoluble bond, that between Ale and Anna, born by chance and made only of letters that no one knows anything about, exchanged for an entire life. Leading the cast are two of the most beloved actors in Italian cinema and TV, the winners of the David di Donatello Stefano Accorsi (The Goddess of Fortune, Fast as the Wind, The Last Kiss, 1992-1993-1994) and Micaela Ramazzotti ( Crazy joy, The most beautiful years, Happiness, Tenderness).

Directed by Francesco Lagi, A love is a series written by Enrico Audenino, Giordana Mari, Teresa Gelli, Francesco Lagi, Stefano Accorsi.


Also in the cast are Alessandro Tedeschi (Blocco 181, Il Colibrì, Call me again love) who plays Guido, Anna’s husband, Andrea Roncato (Remember me, The Big Heart of Girls, Il Signor Diavolo), Ivan Zerbinati (La Porta Rossa 3 , The Invisible Boy – Second Generation, Don’t Leave Me) and Camille Dugay (Django, Sacred Heart). With them also Luca Santoro and Beatrice Fiorentini in the role of the young Alessandro and Anna. And with the participation of Ottavia Piccolo (7 minutes, Do you know Claudia?, The family), who in the series will play Teresa, Alessandro’s mother.


Alessandro and Anna, just over 18, meet by chance during an Interrail trip in Spain. It’s a hot summer in the late ’90s and the two immediately fall in love. However, their lives are much more complicated than the fate that brought them together and soon the two are forced to separate. Over the years they remained linked by an intense epistolary relationship, without ever managing to find the courage to see each other. However, twenty years after their first meeting and now adults, they find themselves in Bologna. Their feeling, never exhausted over time, will have to clash with the interference of a more complex reality than the one they had created only through words.