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Two magistrates from the Mani Pulite group: Piercamillo Davigo and Antonio Di Pietro; two election candidates: Giani Pilo, director of the Diakron polling institute and candidate on the Forza Italia list, and an Alfa Romeo factory worker, the ex-communist and PDS member, Alvaro Superchi. Four actors in the tragicomedy played out after the March 1994 elections in Italy: the birth of the new republic promised by Silvio Berlusconi ended in miscarriage. Between March and December 1994 in Milan, Daniele Incalcaterra followed the protagonists as they confronted such critical situations as the fight between Mani Pulite and the government about preventive detention, general strikes, Antonio di Pietro's resignation, and rifts in the ruling coalition. The film is a reflection on the inter-relationships among politics, the law, and the media.
A documentary of 78mn - Year of production: 1993
A coproduction Archipel 33, la Sept Arte, Ina with participation from Centre National de la Cinématographie and Commission Télévision de la Procirep and support from Media Action Plan 16/9° of the European Union


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a coproduction

with participation from

   
and support from

Daniele Incalcaterra
Davide Pinardi

Daniele Incalcaterra
Patrick Genet
Roberto Mozzarelli
Claudio Martinez
Jean-Claude Brisson



Archipel 33, la Sept Arte, Ina

Centre National de la Cinématographie, Commission Télévision de la Procirep

Media Action Plan 16/9° of the European Union

producerDenis Freyd
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Documentary
1h18
35mm - Color
86278
1995