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The places of the film story: Ginostra (2002) - Panarea

The Places of the film story: Il bell'Antonio (1960) are included in the “Regional Map of Places of Identity and Memory” (LIM) established by the Sicily Region with DA n. 8410 of 03/12/2009

The reference sector is that relating to the “Places of islands and volcanoes in the cinematographic story”-“ Ginostra ”, 2002, directed by Manuel Pradal

The places included in the IWB: 

  • Ginostra (Aeolian archipelago-prov. Messina);
  • Etna (Catania);
  • Aeolian archipelago (prov. Messina)

Matt Benson, an FBI investigator, was transferred to Panarea, an island in the Lipari archipelago, on the basis of a cooperation agreement between Italy and the United States. The house is very nice, comfortable, well protected, with land and a private bay facing the Ginostra volcano. All of which delights Matt's wife Jessie and their 5-year-old daughter Tina. A few days after their arrival, Matt meets Ettore Greco, an 11-year-old boy who is a victim of the Mafia, who asks about the end of his entire family due to a car bomb. For security reasons, Matt decides to take Ettore home, but there is a secret that binds the man to the boy .... (Text source: www.cinematografo.it)

Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero

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Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero, Web 

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