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12 dicembre (1972)

On December 12th, 1969 a bomb went off at the Piazza Fontana in Milan that killed 16 people and injured 84. Railway worker and anarchist activist Giuseppe Pinelli was picked up, along with ... See full summary »

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Giovanni Bonfanti, Pier Paolo Pasolini (uncredited)

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Cast overview:
Edoardo Di Giovanni Edoardo Di Giovanni ... Himself
Marcello Gentili Marcello Gentili ... Himself
Augusto Ludovichetti Augusto Ludovichetti ... Himself
Rosa Malacarne Rosa Malacarne ... Herself
Liliano Paolucci Liliano Paolucci ... Himself
Licia Pinelli Licia Pinelli ... Herself
Cornelio Rolandi Cornelio Rolandi ... Himself
Achille Stuani Achille Stuani ... Himself
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On December 12th, 1969 a bomb went off at the Piazza Fontana in Milan that killed 16 people and injured 84. Railway worker and anarchist activist Giuseppe Pinelli was picked up, along with other anarchists, for questioning regarding the attack. He was held and interrogated for three days, longer than Italian law specified that people could be held without seeing a judge. Just before midnight on December 15, 1969 Pinelli was seen to fall to his death from a fourth floor window of the Milan police station. Although officially deemed a suicide, the reporter who watched the fall from the street maintained that he was pushed. Three police officers interrogating Pinelli were put under investigation in 1971 for murder but charges were dropped because of lack of evidence. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

20 May 1972 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Dodici dicembre See more »

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| (1995 re-edit)
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Alternate Versions

In 1995 the film was restored and re-edited by the Fondo Pier Paolo Pasolini with the collaboration of Adriano Sofri and Enzo Ocone. This version runs for 42:31 minutes. See more »

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