Diaz 2012 DVDRip XviD-iLG

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    Diaz 2012 DVDRip XviD-iLG
    Video: AVI | 640?272 | 1234 Kbps
    Audio: Italian | AC3 | 448 Kbps
    Runtime: 116 min
    IMDB Rating: 7.7/10
    Genre: Drama
    Size: 700 MB x 2

    PLOT :

    The film focuses on the storming of the Diaz school in Genoa by the police after the 2001 G8 summit. In that building were protesters against the international summit on the night between 21 and 22 July 2001. It is based on the testimonies and reports from judicial processes. Many of the characters are based (in some cases maintaining the initials) to people actually inside of Diaz on the day of the blitz: the cop played by Claudio Santamaria (Max Flamini) is Michelangelo Fournier, head of the VII nucleus of the experimental mobile squad of Rome. The journalist played by Elio Germano (Luke Gualtieri, the fictional Journal of Bologna) is Lorenzo Guadagnucci, journalist of Il Resto del Carlino. UK Indymedia journalist being massacred on the street in front of Diaz is Mark Covell. Covell from that beating had a punctured lung and went into a coma. The film develops through the intertwining stories of some of the protagonists. Luca is a reporter for the Journal of Bologna. He decides to go and verify what’s happening in Genoa, after the death of Carlo Giuliani. Alma is a German anarchist who participated in the fighting. Alma, Marco (a member of the Social Forum) and Franci (a lawyer for the Genoa Legal Forum) provide for the search for the missing. Anselmo is a senior activist in the Pensioners’ Union. He participated in a peaceful march against the G8. Etienne and Cecile are two French anarchists: they have been directly involved in the guerrilla and the clashes of those days. Finally Max, first assistant chief of police mobile squad of Rome: in the morning on 21 July 2001, he decided not to order a charge against the black-block, to avoid the involvement of so many peaceful demonstrators. The destinies of all of them and hundreds of other protesters crossed the night of July 21, 2001, in the Diaz school.


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