A poetic glance at one week in March 2003 that defined the struggle of a nation at war abroad and with its people. It follows Youth Poetry Slam Team Coach, Bill Nevins’ firing as a teacher, and the silencing of his outspoken Rio Rancho High School Poetry Team. Days later, hundreds of peaceful protesters demonstrating nearby were brutally assaulted by police. Free Speech Zones were enforced at gunpoint. The fabric of the Constitution was crumbling. Yet out of this fire, across the country, arose a diverse community of musicians and poets. Dubbed Poetic Justice, it modeled free speech and supported Nevins and was a testament to our creative spirit, representing a path toward transformation and hope. Written by Eric Sirotkin
with Adan Baca, Socorro Romo, Demetria Martinez, Tony Santiago, Erin Ambrose, Jazz, The Ruffians, Carlos Contreras, Priscilla Baca y Candelaria, Manuel Gonzales, Danny Solis and Kenn Rodriguez.
Pasolini, un delitto italiano è un film del 1995 diretto da Marco Tullio Giordana.
Regia Marco Tullio Giordana
Soggetto Enzo Siciliano
Sceneggiatura Marco Tullio Giordana, Sandro Petraglia, Stefano Rulli
Produttori Claudio Bonivento, Rita Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori, Jean-François Lepetit
Musica Ennio Morricone
Fotografia Franco Lecca
Personaggi e interpreti (Tre Palle) Claudio Amendola, (Nino Marazzita) Giulio Scarpati, (Furio Colombo) Andrea Occhipinti, (Insegnante) Adriana Asti, (Guido Calvi) Claudio Bigagli, (Graziella Chiarcossi) Nicoletta Braschi, (Antonio Pelosi) Victor Cavallo, (Luigi Cancrini) Paolo Graziosi, (Maria Pelosi) Rosa Pianeta