Milano – Tuesday 16th November 2021, at 21.00, the Scighera in Milan hosts the screening of the film Pino: Accidental Life of an Anarchist, documentary by Claudia Cipriani (also director), Claudia and Silvia Pinelli e Niccolò Volpati on the life of Giuseppe Pinelli and the massacre of Piazza Fontana. Presenting the film are Claudia Pinelli and Claudia Cipriani.
Milano – That of Giuseppe Pinelli is a known story, told in many testimonies, books and plays, of which the most famous is Accidental death of an anarchist by Dario Fo. In this film it is narrated from an unprecedented point of view: I am the memories of the daughters, one step at a time, to make Giuseppe Pinelli and his history known. The story of Claudia and Silvia Pinelli begins in 1969, when they were 8 and 9 years old and ends on 9 May 2009 when the family was received at the Quirinale by the President Giorgio Napolitano who, on that occasion, defined Pinelli the eighteenth victim of the Piazza Fontana massacre.
Milano – The point of view of the girls it allows you to gradually enter a complex and intricate history: as they grow, their level of awareness also increases, the set of information thickens, the political discourse and the historical context are articulated. At the same time, the awareness of the viewer also grows, which he can follow the development of Giuseppe Pinelli’s personal history, together with the evolution of historical events of which that history is a reflection: the disputes between the ’60s and’ 70s, the tension strategy, Europe divided into two blocs.
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