Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy


Piazza Fontana: The Italian Conspiracy

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Marco Tullio Giordana (The Best of Youth) delivers a Machiavellian drama, based on a book by Paolo Cucchiarelli, which dissects the Piazza Fontana bombing, highlighting the manipulations and tragic consequences of the event and subsequent investigations. An explosion at the Banca Nazionale dell'Agricoltura in Milan in 1969 resulted in 17 deaths and injured dozens more. The protests sweeping Europe and the fear of communism led the police to focus their investigations on anarchist groups. But the Police Commissioner is convinced it's not that simple. When known non-violent protestor Giuseppe Pinelli dies in police custody, Calabresi's enquiries reveal a conspiracy to discredit the Left by foreign and state governments, the police, the secret service through to neo-fascists. Intriguingly complicated and politically nuanced, Romanzo di una strage is an ever-twisting conspiracy of lies, intrigue and dirty politics. The meticulously staged real life story is both enthralling and gripping.(C) Adopt Films


Valerio Mastandrea
as Luigi Calabresi
Pierfrancesco Favino
as Giuseppe Pinelli
Laura Chiatti
as Gemma Calabresi
Luigi Lo Cascio
as Judge Paolillo
Fabrizio Gifuni
as Aldo Moro
Omero Antonutti
as Giuseppe Saragat
Giorgio Tirabassi
as The professor
Stefano Scandaletti
as Pietro Valpreda
Denis Fasolo
as Giovanni Ventura
Giorgio Marchesi
as Franco Freda
Thomas Trabacchi
as Marco Nozza
Corrado Invernizzi
as Judge Pietro Calogero
Michela Cescon
as Licia Pinelli
Giorgio Colangeli
as Federico Umberto D'Amato
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