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"Piazza Garibaldi" is a name found in almost any Italian town. It is a metaphor for the nation and its history. Like in the successful, award-winning "La strada di Levi", Ferrario sets off on a journey: this time, on the traces of the... See more »

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Luciana Littizzetto
Marco Paolini

Directed by

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Davide Ferrario

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Marco Belpoliti ... (concept)
 
Davide Ferrario ... (written by) and
Giorgio Mastrorocco ... (written by)

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Francesca Bocca ... associate producer
Davide Ferrario ... producer
Ladis Zanini ... executive producer

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Ezio Gamba

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Claudio Cormio

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Cristina Sardo ... assistant editor

Makeup Department

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Paola Fracchia ... makeup artist

Sound Department

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Francesco De Marco ... sound
Roberto Gambotto Remorino ... sound
Andrea Malavasi ... re-recording mixer
Vito Martinelli ... sound designer / sound editor / sound
Andrea Moser ... sound

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Edoardo Bartoccetti ... assistant camera
Giampiero Cambursano ... gaffer
Matteo Damiani ... electrician
Sandro De Frino ... assistant camera
Sergio Diterlizzi ... grip
Niki Ferrara ... electrician
Andrea Languasco ... assistant camera
Stefano Meloni ... camera operator
Saverio Moggio ... grip (as Rino Moggio)
Martino Pellion di Persano ... camera operator

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Giuseppe Verdi ... music

Transportation Department

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Ignazio Melosu ... driver: Palermo

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Maria Antonietta Curione ... press: Cinecittà-Luce
Marzia Milanesi ... publicist
Maria Carolina Terzi ... communications director
Massimo Clemente ... set assistant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

"Piazza Garibaldi" is a name found in almost any Italian town. It is a metaphor for the nation and its history. Like in the successful, award-winning "La strada di Levi", Ferrario sets off on a journey: this time, on the traces of the expedition of the Thousand. The aim: to verify the relationship between past and present, starting from Bergamo, formerly the "City of the Thousand" and today a bastion of Padania, and arriving at Teano. The voyage is full of surprises, meetings, reflections: a sweeping road movie through the history and geography of the country, seeking to answer a nagging question: why are Italians no longer able to imagine a future for themselves?

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  • Piazza Garibaldi (Italy)
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  • 106 min
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