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by Antonello Sarno


Eighty years young: in the history of a famous Roman high school, the Liceo ginnasio Giulio Cesare, there’s the history of a great country. From the founding of the institution during the Fascist era to the present, by way of the Sixties and the “Years of Lead”, it’s all told by the students and former students themselves, in a blend of history, current events, news and entertainment. The documentary outs the most famous alumni’s report cards and final grade point averages and takes on the faces of 2014, with the invaluable aid of news reels, TV reports and the newspapers.

original title: Giulio Cesare - Compagni di scuola
country: Italy
year: 2014
genre: fiction
directed by: Antonello Sarno
film run: 87'
screenplay: Antonello Sarno
cinematography by: Alberto Di Bari
film editing: Emanuele Paletta
producer: Tiziana Rocca, Tilde Corsi
production: Agnus Dei, R&C Produzioni, Istituto Luce Cinecittà
distributor: Istituto Luce Cinecittà
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