Address: Viale Hanoi, 18b , PontassieveDate: Saturday 15 December 2018
From the Atlas of Wars and Gods
world conflicts in the narration
FIAMMA NEGRI and GIUSI SALI tell Eis Bolè
a different point of view on the reasons of humanity in movement
"Telling what happens in the world is essential for each of us. It allows us to understand and decide. It gives us freedom, because the worst enemy is silence. "
Who suffers the violence of wars and conflicts of any kind is not only refugee, immigrant, poor, is a person with projects, desires, affections, emotions, rights. The war can become banal, everyday life can unravel in the midst of hell: joys, sorrows, joy, love ... From our homes distant events lose complexity and reduce to perceptions: invasion, stolen work, danger, degradation, poverty, solidarity, there are also good ones. Telling a map, letting it speak through different points of view, understanding how, in the world, reality is filtered by looks and cultures, how the effects are confused with the causes, sometimes by mistake sometimes by choice.
Two narratives are intertwined: an almost journalistic story, with the slight detachment of irony, brings to life the map of Peters. The stories, the characters, the victims and the perpetrators, the mountain of gold, Mrs. Maria, the multinationals, our home, their home, events that seem to most disconnected but that if you dig a little 'find that they are closely connected. And then, this story seen according to three points of view, three stories: Nur, Syrian, an emancipated woman who has the tools to understand, Kimpa, the archetype of the African woman, the amazement in the face of too great events, and Amanda, of indefinite nationality, absolutely adherent to the stereotype of the heartless business woman. Those who do not have any more scruples. Kimpa and Nur are alsomadri. Mothers who know their children leave and come back. Maybe.
The event is preceded by the screening of the short "Eisbolè says that ..." FIAMMA NEGRI and GIUSI SALIS
The project was realized with the collaboration of Marino Giuseppe Sanchi, Stefano Bartoli and Alessandro Berti
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