The true story of Rosario Livatino, a young judge in Sicily in the early 1980s, who have been nicknamed 'The Boy Judge' from the President of the Republic. He's strictly incorruptible, ... See full summary »
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Giulio Scarpati ...
Rosario Livatino
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Angela Guarnera
Leopoldo Trieste ...
Mr. Livatino
Regina Bianchi ...
Mrs. Livatino (as Régina Bianchi)
Paolo De Vita ...
Maresciallo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francesco Bellomi ...
Vincenzo Calò
Virginia Bellomo ...
Moglie di Saetta
Giovanni Boncoddo ...
Giudice Cali'
Gabriella Bove ...
Moglie del Maresciallo
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Di Salvo
Renato Carpentieri ...
Migliore
Giacinto Ferro ...
Gangemi
Marina Ninchi ...
Professoressa
Roberto Nobile ...
Saetta
Marcello Perracchio ...
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The true story of Rosario Livatino, a young judge in Sicily in the early 1980s, who have been nicknamed 'The Boy Judge' from the President of the Republic. He's strictly incorruptible, working hard and refusing even to shake hands with suspects. He then starts a number of investigations that lead him to touch the mafia power in the area, and then to personal war with the hidden organization. Written by Alessio F. Bragadini <alessio@post.com>

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Excellent movie about impossible judicial struggle against Mafia
24 February 2005 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Very good movie that shows and explains - between the lines- why being an advocate or prosecutor in Sicily is a mission impossible. The young and idealist prosecutor finds himself trapped in a system that has worked for ages but is as bad and corrupt as can be. There is no way out for him being untouchable and politically correct in a society that isn't. The protagonist is so convinced of his idealist view of how the judicial system should work that he is even willing to give up his love and friendship with others. At the end he stands alone and has to bear the consequences of his beliefs. The movie has a slow, beautiful and effective pace and authentic Italian/Sicilian atmosphere.


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