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Valerio Mastandrea, Fabrizio Gifuni, Luigi Lo Cascio, Pierfrancesco Favino, Michela Cescon, Laura Chiatti, Giorgio Colangeli, Giorgio Tirabassi, Stefano Scandaletti, Denis Fasolo, Giorgio Marchesi, Thomas Trabacchi, Corrado Invernizzi, Omero Antonutti, Fausto Russo Alesi, Sergio Solli, Antonio Pennarella, Giacinto Ferro, Giulia Lazzarini, Benedetta Buccellato, Francesco Salvi, Diego Ribon, Gianni Musy, Giovanni Visentin, Paolo Bonanni, Claudio Casadio, Giovanni Federico, Angelo Pisani, Bob Marchese, Maurizio Tabani, Edo Natoli, Marcello Prayer, Lorenzo Gioielli, Vittorio Ciorcalo, Riccardo Maranzana, Luca Zingaretti, Giovanni Anzaldo, Pierpaolo Saraceno, Bruno Torrisi, Davide Paganini, Alessandro Bressanello, Gianmaria Martini, Andreapietro Anselmi, Alessio Vitale, Marco Zannoni, Fabrizio Parenti, Davide Paganini, Francesco Sciacca, Angelo Costabile, Gianluigi Fogacci, Irmo Bogino, Roberto Sbaratto
Stefano Marinoni, Paola Trisoglio - Visualogie
35mm - colour
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Milan, 12 December 1969. A huge bomb explosion at piazza Fontana at the Banca Nazionale dell’Agricoltura branch causes the death of 17 and 88 wounded. Police Commissioner Luigi Calabresi believes that the anarchists were behind the massacre as well as many other similar attacks. The investigation leads to several suspects and arrests but one night a suspect commits suicide and the Commissioner ends up responsible for the unpleasant incident. The case unfolds in several Italian cities and a universe of young neo-Nazis organization ready to carry out some sensational actions along with an international weapon traffic is disclosed. Calabresi was killed in front of his home on 17 May 1972.