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by Andrea Segre


After the II World War Italy came out of poverty thanks to industrial development, which gave to the country both new dreams and wounds. Today, Italy is experiencing a profound economic crisis; what remains of that story? To understand it, Andrea Segre entered the heart of Marghera, the Venice’s industrial area, one of the largest and most decadent in the country, a space of great aesthetic appeal suspended between land and lagoon, where progress has often ‘offended’ nature. Following the lives of workers, managers, truck drivers and the cook of the last trattoria in the area, the film tries to understand what is left of that great dream, today immersed in the global flow of economy and migration.

original title: Il pianeta in mare
country: Italy
year: 2019
genre: documentary
directed by: Andrea Segre
film run: 93'
release date: IT 26/09/2019
screenplay: Gianfranco Bettin, Andrea Segre
cinematography by: Matteo Calore
film editing: Chiara Russo
production: ZaLab, RAI Cinema, Istituto Luce Cinecittà
backing: Banca Popolare Etica (IT), Direzione Generale per il Cinema del Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali (IT)
distributor: ZaLab
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