Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist and a man with a special passion for Italy and Italians since his teenage years, asks where has Italy gone wrong and examines the good sides about Italy as well as the disasters.

 

NOW AVAILABLE A NEW 60 MIN VERSION OF THE FILM UPDATED TO THE END OF 2013

Facts and figures:

70 international screenings
broadcasted by BBC4, La7, SKY Italia, VRT, DR, ERT
700,000 viewers on La7′s
300,000 viewers on BBC;
Over 4,000 digital copies sold

History of Italy in 2 minutes

Featured personalities:

(Giorgio Napolitano

President of the Republic)

Roberto Saviano
Author, “Gomorrah”
Under Police Protection

Marco Travaglio
Deputy Editor, Il Fatto Quotidiano

Elsa Fornero
Former Minister for Labour and Welfare

Emma Bonino
Vice-President, Senate

Emma Marcegaglia
Former President, Confindustria

Susanna Camusso
Head of CGIL Trade Union Federation

Sergio Marchionne
FIAT CEO

Giovanni Ferrero
Ferrero CEO

John Elkann
FIAT Chairman

Carlo Petrini
Founder, Slow Food Movement

Toni Servillo
Actor

Umberto Eco
Philosopher and Novelist

Beppe Grillo
Comedian and Political Activist