Lavorare con lentezza
Lavorare con lentezza (internationally released as Working Slowly (Radio Alice)) is a 2004 Italian drama film directed by Guido Chiesa. It is based on actual events involving Radio Alice, a 1970s pirate radio which was politically aligned with the autonomism movement.
|Lavorare con lentezza|
|Directed by||Guido Chiesa|
|Written by||Guido Chiesa|
|Starring||Claudia Pandolfi |
|Music by||Teho Teardo|
It entered the competition at the 61st Venice International Film Festival, in which Tommaso Ramenghi and Marco Luisi won the Marcello Mastroianni Award.
The Wu Ming collective is also credited as co-writers of the screenplay. The film is published under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license, and can be downloaded from Archive.org
- Claudia Pandolfi as Marta
- Valerio Mastandrea as Lt. Lippolis
- Marco Luisi as Pelo
- Tommaso Ramenghi as Sgualo
- Valerio Binasco as Marangon
- Massimo Coppola as Umberto
- Max Mazzotta as Lionello
- Afterhours as Area
- Roberto Nepoti (5 September 2004). "Gli anni terribili e creativi di Bologna e Radio Alice". La Repubblica. Retrieved 3 January 2014.
- Simonetta Robiony (12 September 2004). "Leigh vince il Festival, nessun premio per gli italiani". La Stampa.
- Masterson, Melina A (2016). The Wu Ming Foundation: A Collective Approach to Literature, Art, and Politics in 21st Century Italy (PhD). University of Connecticut. Doctoral dissertations 1284. Retrieved 16 October 2019.
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