In the late-80s and early-90s, the prosecutors Giovanni Falcone and Paulo Borsellino went after the mob in Sicily. Political corruption made their job difficult, while the bloody-fisted mob made it dangerous. Interviews are with surviving colleagues and the crime photographer, Letizia Battaglia. Archival footage, including that of a spectacular trial, and gruesome photographs are shown. Written by
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For the past two years I've shut myself up in my house. I don't meet anyone. I'm not disillusioned, I'm full of pain. I can't stay here. I decided to go to Paris because I found a room there. I won't stay there, but I must stay far from Palermo. I can't relive the torment that nothing has changed. I am Sicilian. I want the best for my land. I can't accept the way things are. I am 70. How long do I have to wait?
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