Abruzzo, Italy. 1950. Nenné is a child that lives with her mother in a small village. Nenné is fascinated by the story of Baùll, an ogre of Abruzzo’s ancient fairy tales. “Dad used to say that you had to be careful, because Baùll kidnaps children, removes their skin with his long slender fingers, and then hides them in a bag. Once I saw Baùll”. A fairy tale of loss and abandonment.
Daniele Campea is a director, screenwriter and composer. After a degree in Philosophy, he attended the Accademia Internazionale dell'Immagine in Aquila. He directed short films selected in many international film festivals, videoclips, documentaries and commercials. He is working on the script of his first feature film.