The Orchestra of Piazza Vittorio (L'Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio) (2006)
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Musician Mario Tronco and filmmaker Agostino Ferrente are two friends who both live in Rome's Piazza Vittorio neighborhood, a multi-ethnic community which is largely populated by immigrants from all corners of the world. Piazza Vittorio is also home to a beautiful vintage theater, the Apollo, which was had been used for years as a concert hall. In 2001, due to waning attendance, the owners were considering selling the venue to entrepreneurs who wanted to turn it into a bingo parlor. Determined
Oct 4, 2007 Limited
Oct 23, 2007
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Contagiously upbeat The Orchestra of Piazza Vittorio is a rousing call to arms for world-music aficionados, with strong appeal to those who believe in the mini-miracles of neighborhood cultural initiatives.
There is a rough and ready energy to the camerawork, which gathers you up in its enthusiasm.
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