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Diario napoletano (1992)

A screening of the 30 year old Hands Over The City at the School of Architecture in Naples is the occasion for a debate among youth, historians, politicos, industrialists, environmentalists.

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Francesco Rosi
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Credited cast:
Francesco Rosi ... Self
Simona Caramelli Simona Caramelli
Pietro Bontempo Pietro Bontempo
Nino Vingelli ... Man speaking about San Gennaro
Pasquale Mari Pasquale Mari
Antonio Mellino Antonio Mellino ... Self
Felice Alfarano Felice Alfarano
Carmen Scivittaro Carmen Scivittaro
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Percy Allum Percy Allum ... Self
Emma Buondonno Emma Buondonno ... Self
Mirella Capobianco Mirella Capobianco ... Self
Piero Craveri Piero Craveri ... Self
Aldo De Chiara Aldo De Chiara ... Self
Giulio De Luca Giulio De Luca ... Self
Cesare De Seta Cesare De Seta ... Self
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A screening of the 30 year old Hands Over The City at the School of Architecture in Naples is the occasion for a debate among youth, historians, politicos, industrialists, environmentalists.

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This film, is featured on the Criterion Collection DVD for Hands Over the City (1963). See more »

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13 April 2007 | by planetabluSee all my reviews

Francesco Rosi returns to Napoli to record the political discourse after a screening of his 1963 documentary, 'Mani Sulla Citta' at a symposium held at the University of Architecture in 1992. The documentary commences with a juvenile lineup of petty criminals, apparently rounded up during a raid of the luxuriously unattractive 'Secondigliano' complex which is just one of the reputed strongholds of 'la Camorra' in Naples. Various academics, industrialists and students vent their opinions regarding the current state of Neapolitan affairs including crime, unemployment, drugs, politics and real estate. If you are unfamiliar with Naples, this documentary will provide a sense of a people coping with a difficult metropolitan crisis seemingly caused by corrupt government, poverty and the ensuing criminality associated with both.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

26 August 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Neapolitan Diary See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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