In a farmhouse in southern Italy, an old woman dies. Her husband summons their sons: from Rome, Raffaele, a judge facing a political case for which he risks assassination; from Naples, the religious and ideological Rocco, a counselor at a correctional institute for boys; from Turin, Nicola, a factory worker involved in labor disputes. Once home, each encounters the past and engages in reveries of what may come: Raffaele imagines his death, Rocco dreams of lifting the youth of Naples out of violence, drugs, and corruption, Nicola pictures embracing his estranged wife. Meanwhile, the old man and his young granddaughter explore the rhythms of the farm and grieve together.
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You talk like this because you don't have a boss who can fire you.
I have to accept the risk of getting killed any day if I wanna keep doing my work, which is to administrate law, and not to become a hero.
Referenced in Baarìa
Je so' pazzo
by Pino Daniele
Edizioni musicali "BELRIVER" s.r.l.
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