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NESSUNO MI TROVERÀ – MAJORANA MEMORANDUM

by Egidio Eronico

synopsis

On 26 March 1938, Ettore Majorana, perhaps the greatest theoretical physicist of the 20th century, disappeared without a trace or explanation at the tender age of 31, with his becoming perhaps the most-well disappearance in contemporary Italian history. His disappearance, 80 years on, is still throwing up questions, doubt and stimulating research; whilst his scientific work is today even more relevant than when it was published, and some of his theories could soon be sensationally confirmed. The day after he disappeared, a jumble of theories and conjectures started to surface. Did he commit suicide? Was he kidnapped by foreign powers? Did he retreat to a monastery? The Majorana affaire seemingly involves atomic scientists, secret services, politicians and soldiers. Through documentation, archive footage, graphic novel animations, accounts, documentary-style footage and investigative theories, the film plumbs the depths of the sea of mystery surrounding Ettore Majorana.

original title: Nessuno mi troverà – Majorana Memorandum
country: Italy
sales agent: Istituto Luce
year: 2015
genre: documentary
directed by: Egidio Eronico
film run: 75'
release date: IT 15/04/2016
screenplay: Egidio Eronico
cast: Francesco Guerra, Nadia Robotti, Ettore Majorana jr., Etienne Klein, Wolfgang Fabio Schultze, Jordi Bonells, Roberto Finzi, Massimo Onofri, Marco Foschi, Alessandro Messina
cinematography by: Carlo Rinaldi
film editing: Antonio Canestri
producer: Andrea Stucovitz
production: Partner Media Investment
backing: MiBACT, CUT& Editing & More, Regione Lazio, Film Commission Torino Piemonte
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà

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