Why would someone risk their own skin, and their family, to do the right thing and protect the life of another human being? Dont Talk About It introduces four characters whose personal ...
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Why would someone risk their own skin, and their family, to do the right thing and protect the life of another human being?
Dont Talk About It introduces four characters whose personal stories reflect the larger, untold saga of Italians who saved Jews and other refugees fleeing the Nazis in World War II. It also tells the story of Gino Bartali, the charismatic Italian sports idol and Tour de France cycling champion, whose role in this history was never revealed in his lifetime. The films four living characters were children in Italy under Fascism; each survived World War II thanks to Italians, like Bartali, willing to make the ultimate sacrifice to help strangers escape Nazi persecution.
The story of Gino Bartali, and the secret underground network he worked with, stands in for the stories of thousands of Italians who risked their own lives to save others from capture and death. As almost the entire continent was engulfed in a genocide, which took the lives of most Jews in Nazi occupied...
Gino, thank you so much for your movie. You was in Cinema Village theater when me and my wife saw it. We were too moved to talk about to you. Since then, I think about it every day. I thank to all Italian people who helped Jews, children, families in the face of biggest genocide in history. Yes, Italian people are real heroes! While I always was sympathetic to Italy, love the language, traditions, county I am particular glad to learn that the people and country which I always loved are also great humanists and my heroes.
Again, from the bottom of my heart, thank you to all Italians, the country, to you for your movie. You, all people who helped to Jews, generations of their children will be blessed.
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