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by Franco Fracassi, Massimo Lauria


Those who want to know more about what really happened during the violent G8 anti-globalisation protests in Genoa in July 2001, and who want to find out what led to the brutal deployment of riot police and the effects of this operation will not be disappointed by this film. The actions of the Italian police against peaceful demonstrators, one of whom died and a hundred of whom sustained serious injuries, was described by Amnesty International as one of the most severe breaches of democratic rights in a European country since the Second World War. Under the pretext of wanting to arrest members of the anarchistic Black Bloc, police stormed into the Diaz school complex which at the time housed journalists covering the event, and spent over two hours raining blows on defenceless women and men.

international title: The Summit
original title: The Summit
country: Italy
year: 2012
genre: documentary
directed by: Franco Fracassi, Massimo Lauria
film run: 95'
release date: IT 21/02/2013
cinematography by: Furio Bruzzone, Pietro Silvestri
film editing: Gustavo Alfano
music: Francesco Marchetti, Alessandro Molinari
producer: Massimo Lauria, Vincenzo Perrone, Fabiana Tacente, Valerie Vie
production: TPF Telemaco, Eidos Communications, VideoVoyagers, Thalia Group SRL
distributor: Minerva Pictures Group
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