- Original title
- Running time
- 83 min.
Danièle Huillet, Jean-Marie Straub (Book: Franco Fortini)
Renato Berta, Emilio Bestetti
Co-production Italy-France-Germany - West Germany (FRG)-United Kingdom-United States; Raidue / Straub-Huillet / Institut National de l'Audiovisuel / Polytel International Film / Artificial Eye / New Yorker Films
Documentary | Experimental Cinema
- Synopsis / Plot
- The film is a sort of presentation of Franco Fortini's book 'I Cani del Sinai'. Fortini, an Italian Jew, reads excerpts from the book about his alienation from Judaism and from the social relations around him, the rise of Fascism in Italy, the anti-Arab attitude of European culture. The images, mostly a series of Italian landscape shots, provide a backdrop that highlights the meaning of the text.
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