The "Brigatte Veneno" is a fan group from the soccer club "AS Roma". The next match is against "Juventus Turin", the classic prestige duel. Principe, the former leader of the group, has ... See full summary »
Young men with no future have little in the present as well. Natale is released from prison: he takes up with his friends again but none can find work. Claudio, from Palermo, gets out of ... See full summary »
Alessandra Di Sanzo,
Antonio, a policeman (carabiniere), has an order to take two children (Rosetta and her brother Luciano) from Milan to Sicily to an orphanage. Their mother has been arrested for forcing ... See full summary »
Enrico Lo Verso,
Back from the hospital where he has been treated after a heart attack, Lorenzo is on his way upstairs to his top-floor apartment in Naples when he meets Michela. The charming young woman, ... See full summary »
Gilberto join a 'speed-date' session during which he meets Stella. The day after police investigating on Stella's vanishing calls him. In this occasion, Tiziana, his wife, discovers ... See full summary »
An honest Judge, with marriage problems, volunteers for a job, in a corrupt area of Sicily, the previous holder of this job having been assasinated along with his Escort. The new Judge, and his Escort (which now contains a friend of the previous Escort)attempt to discover whose palms were greased to allow a local 'Water Monopoly' to develop, while avoiding assaination attempts. Apparently based on true events !!! Written by
My transfer came through... but I can't be at their beck and call. I wanted to ask if you could recommend that I stay. I'm not crazy. I don't want to die either. but... I'm not brave enough to leave.
Judge Michele de Francesco:
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This is an example of what Italians call an "Armored Life". Judges who are fought by their willingness to bring justice to the people of Italy and the risk of losing their lives or their loved ones. The story of a magistrate who practically spends his daily life with the five men of his escort in the effort to shed light the Mafia's organizational structure and its brain trust.
Two realities: Judge De Francesco, his men and an almost invisible enemy who serves them shocks of adrenaline instead of coffee every morning when they start their day. Amendola and Cecchi skillfully portray a reality still unknown to many and very familiar to many of those who were or are still involved with the fight against organized crime in Italy. Very realistic in each detail.
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