"San Pietro Island" is about the westernmost island of Italy, named after Saint Peter, located south west of Sardinia region in the Sulcis Iglesiente sub-region. This is the first American documentary ever made about this remote beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea. "Carloforte" is the only town populated by dual language fishermen. The 6,000 inhabitants speak Italian and "Tabarchino" an ancient unique dialect of the Ligurian language. Called also the "Island of Sparrow Hawks" or "Enosim", for the ancient Phoenicians, because it has always been a migration and reproduction place for the "Queen's Hawk" (Eleonora's Falcon is one of the rarest). Paolo Emilio Centoni will narrate about this yet unknown and preserved place. A perfect example of how Italy used to be in the past decades.
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