Gigi Di Lembo (Self)Angelo Dolci (Self)Massimiliano Giorgi (Self)Donato Landini (Self)
Carrara, city of marble and cradle of international anarchism. An editor, university professor, sculptor, historian and a typographer discuss Italian anarchism from 1894, the Spanish Revolution of '36, the anti-fascist partisan struggle and the end of WWII, and the local, national and global struggles of the present day. Umanità Nova publisher and printer Alfonso Nicolazzi (1942-2005) - an outstanding figure in the contemporary Italian anarchist movement (and a good friend), Professor Gigi Di Lembo, sculptor Dominique Stroobant, historian Massimiliano Giorgi and typographer Donato Landini contribute to this documentary, discussing a variety of cultural subjects as well as anarchism and violence, anarchism and society, and anarchy and utopia. It took Antonio Morabito two years and 40 hours of filming (with only a digital camera and a microphone) to make this 75-minute film. The first part, a 'confession interview', opens a discussion among the five interviewees about the fundamental values of anarchism.