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WORKING SLOWLY

by Guido Chiesa

synopsis

Bologna, 1976. Radio Alice is the student movement radio. An unknown universe to the ‘peace officers’ and ‘respectable citizens’, but also to most young people who live in the suburbs; like in the southern suburb of Safagna. Two boys about 20, Sgualo and Pelo, only dream of escaping their daily lives. They go to a local bar and in order to cope with an eternal lack of money, do some small jobs for a local delinquent, but this time he asks them to climb through an underground tunnel in the city centre. The objective: Bank Piazza Minghetti. Despite some doubts, the two accept the task, although it proves a tiring one. In order to brighten up their long nights of work, they listen to Radio Alice.

international title: Working Slowly
original title: Lavorare con lentezza - Radio Alice 100.6 MHZ
country: Italy
sales agent: The Works International
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Guido Chiesa
film run: 111'
release date: IT 01/10/2004
screenplay: Guido Chiesa, Wu Ming
cast: Marco Luisi, Tommaso Ramenghi, Claudia Pandolfi, Valerio Mastandrea, Valerio Binasco, Jacopo Bonvicini, Max Mazzotta, Massimo Coppola
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi, Luca Gasparini
film editing: Teho Teardo
art director: Sonia Peng
costumes designer: Lina Nerli Taviani
producer: Domenico Procacci
production: Fandango, Les Films des Tournelles, Roissy Films, Medusa Film
distributor: Fandango Distribuzione
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