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Piazza Fontana, Milan. December 12, 1969, 4:37 p.m. An explosion devastates the National Bank of Agriculture, still full of clients. Seventeen people die and another eighty-eight are severely injured. At the same time, three bombs explode in Rome and an unexploded device is found in Milan. It's obvious this is a subversive plan. The Milan Police are convinced of its anarchist trail but it will take months before the truth reveals a conspiracy that ties Venetian neo-Nazis with rogue secret service agents.

The massacre of Piazza Fontana opens the long period of attacks and violence known as the "anni di piombo." Over the course of 33 years various processes follow one another in different locations, ending with sentences that contradict each other. In the end everyone will be acquitted; to the Italian justice system the massacre of Piazza Fontana does not have a guilty party.
Director: Marco Tullio Giordana
Cast: Valerio Mastrandrea, Fabrizio Gifuni, Luigi Lo Cascio, Pier Francesco Favino, Michela Cescon, Laura Chiatti, Giorgio Colangeli, Luca Zingaretti, Giorgio Tirabassi, Stefano Scandaletti, Denis Fasolo, Giorgio Marchesi, Thomas Trabacchi, Corrado Invernizzi
Year: 2011
Length: 129 min.
Genre: Historical drama
Awards: 6 awards & 19 nominations
  •Best Supporting Actress (Michela Cescon), Best Supporting Actor (Pier Francesco Favino), Best Special Effects: David di Donatello; Best Actor (Pier Francesco Favino), Best Supporting Actress (Michela Cescon), Best Screenplay: Nastri d'Argento della SNGCI
•Nominated Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor (Valerio Mastrandrea), Best Supporting Actor (Fabrizio Gifuni), Best Screenplay, Best Producer, Best Director of Photography, Best Set Designer, Best Costume Designer, Best Make-Up Artist, Best Hair Stylist, Best Editing, Best Direct Sound: David di Donatello; Director of Best Film, Best Producer, Best Supporting Actor (Fabrizio Gifuni), Best Scenery, Best Direct Sound, Best Editing: Nastri d'Argento della SNGCI
Showtimes: Detroit: April 20, 7 p.m.
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  Pittsburgh: April 25, 7:00 p.m.
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