The Roman actor, born in 1984, received the award for best male interpretation for the fiction in episodes dedicated to the magistrate Sabelli, the only Italian present at the French TV series festival
First festival dedicated to the TV series in Cannes ends as best it could not be for Italy. Francesco Montanari, protagonist of the Rai 2 series Il Cacciatore, was awarded for the best male interpretation in the series inspired by the true story of the magistrate Alfonso Sabella who told his battles against the Sicilian mafia in the early 90s in his book Mafia hunter . The hunter was the only Italian representative at Canneséries, the first edition of the international festival of the TV series at the Palais des Festival.
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