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Gabriella Ballesio Gabriella Ballesio ... Self
Giorgio Beningno Giorgio Beningno ... Self
Maura Bertin Maura Bertin ... Self
Giorgio Bouchard Giorgio Bouchard ... Self
Anthony Collins Anthony Collins ... Self
Carlos Delmonte Carlos Delmonte ... Self
Hugo Gonnet Griot Hugo Gonnet Griot ... Self
Luciano Kovacs Luciano Kovacs ... Self
Manuela Lops Manuela Lops ... Self
Jean Louis Sappé Jean Louis Sappé ... Self
Bruna Peyrot Bruna Peyrot ... Self
Silvana Rivoir Silvana Rivoir ... Self
Giorgio Tourn Giorgio Tourn ... Self
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The recovery of a silent feature film from 1924, banned by the Italian fascism, reveals the path of the Waldensians, a medieval heretic movement that became the world's first protestant church. During the last decades, the Waldensians had struggled the Vatican around issues like gay marriage and euthanasia. The documentary is a mirror's game between reality and representation, between the medieval Waldensians and actual communities with different languages in Italy, Argentina, Uruguay and the United States, wondering why the waldensian heresy has resisted for more than eight centuries.

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Argentina | Brazil | Italy | USA | Uruguay

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Italian

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3 December 2015 (Argentina) See more »

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Waldensians See more »

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