Vermicino, Italy. The night of the tv. Forty years ago the Alfredino tragedy

Vermicino, Italy. The night of the tv. Forty years ago the Alfredino tragedy
Vermicino, Italy. The night of the tv. Forty years ago the Alfredino tragedy

June 10, 1981: Alfredo Rampi, a six-year-old boy falls into an artesian well at the gates of Rome. Rescuers are mobilized and television is also mobilized with a live broadcast that will last 18 hours.

“Vermicino, Italy – The night of TV” not only tells the story of those three days, but also how that tragedy changed us and changed our relationship with information.

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