Ebrei a Roma
David Limentani, Micaela Pavoncello, Giovanni Terracina, Roberto Calò, Leonello Del Monte, Claudio Di Segni, Massimo Finzi, Hamos Guetta, Evelina Meghnagi, Claudio Procaccia, Daniele Regard, Angelo Sermoneta, Giancarlo Terracina, Tobia Zevi, Yael Finzi, Alberto Pavoncello, Daniele Terracina, Riccardo Di Segni, Riccardo Pacifici, Alberto Funaro, Benchabat Amram
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Gianfranco Pannone profiles the oldest Jewish community in the west, the one in Rome, by means of three eye-witnesses representing as many generations: David, formerly the right-hand man to Elio Toaff, the former chief rabbi of Rome; Giovanni, a forty-something who has decided to invest in Jewish food and wine culture, and of harbours a strong religious feeling, like many people of his age; and Michela, thirty, a mother and tour guide in Rome’s Ghetto, where, thanks to her fluent English, she takes sightseers on tours that link past and present.