|Director||Stefano Lorenzi Federico Micali Teresa Paoli|
|Plot||"She stands on the horizon. I move two steps nearer; she moves away 10 steps. No matter how far I walk I will never reach her, so what is the utopia for? It's useful for this: to keep walking" (E. Galeano) Firenze Città Aperta deals with the days of the European Social Forum (which took place in Florence from the 10th to the 14th of November 2002) and was distributed in 60,000 copies enclosed with the newspapers L'Unità, Il Manifesto, and with the weekly Carta. Produced by Stefano Stefani for l'Atelier, the film relates the many-sided faces of the movement which came together in Florence, beginning with the eve of the Forum's events, with the shops closed and the people arguing on the streets of the center in an atmosphere of surreal tension as evidenced (and created) by the newspaper headlines. Then, in contrast, the days of the Social Forum, from the march at the American Camp Darby military base, to the seminars, to the colors and sounds of the Fortezza da Basso up until the huge and peaceful march against the war (with a million participants), interspersed by the music of the brass bands which had come from all over Europe to meet in Florence.... search for Firenze città aperta on IMDb|
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