6 Days on Earth

6 Days on Earth
Directed by Varo Venturi
Written by Varo Venturi
M. Luisa Fusconi
Giacomo Mondadori
Starring Massimo Poggio
Laura Glavan
Marina Kazankova
Ludovico Fremont
Music by Reinhold Heil
Johnny Klimek
Jordan Balagot
Cinematography Daniele Baldacci
Edited by Varo Venturi
Distributed by Bolero Film
Release dates
  • 17 June 2011 (2011-06-17) (Italy)
Running time
101 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

6 Days on Earth (Italian: 6 Giorni sulla Terra),[1][2] also known as Alien Exorcism, is a 2011[3] Italian science fiction film directed by Varo Venturi.[4] It stars Massimo Poggio, Laura Glavan and Marina Kazankova. Supporting actors include Ludovico Fremont and Pier Giorgio Bellocchio.[5] It was shot both in English[6] and Italian.[7]

It has been selected to be featured at the 33° Moscow International Film Festival.[8][9]


Dr. Davide Piso is a courageous scientist who has been studying thousands of cases involving alien abductions with the aid of hypnosis. When the scientist decides to help Saturnia, a seductive teenager that believes herself to be an alien abductee and shows a clear attraction for him, he faces an insurmountable problem: once hypnotised, Saturnia cannot leave the trance condition anymore, hence giving manifestation to Hexabor of Ur, an alien entity coming from Mesopotamian ages. Hexabor considers himself a demi-god and wants to exploit a special human energy: the soul.[10]



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