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The places of the film story: The Viceroys (2007)

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

The reference sector is that relating to "places of the literary, cinematographic and filmic story "- Places of the southern identity of Sicily in the cinematographic transpositions of the literary text -" I Vicerè ", 2007, (from" I vicerè "by Federico De Roberto) directed by Roberto Faenza

The places included in the IWB: 

  • Piazza Municipio, Palazzo Biscari, Via Crociferi, Benedictine Monastery (monastery of S. Nicolò l'Arena), Villa Cerami (Catania);
  • Basilica of the Annunziata (Acireale-province of Catania);
  • Donnafugata Castle (Ragusa);
  • Villa Fagotto (Chiaramonte Gulfi-province Ragusa)

The Viceroys is a 2007 drama film directed by Roberto Faenza. Based on the novel of the same name (although the title is written with a grave accent instead of an acute one) by Federico De Roberto, the film tells the events of the southern Risorgimento, presented here through the story of a noble family from Catania, that of the Uzeda di Francalanza, descendants of ancient Spanish Viceroys of Sicily at the time of Charles V.

To see the film on Rayplay: https://www.raiplay.it/video/2020/03/i-vicere-9f23acac-6f23-4e52-b20e-dd19947c1c16.html


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Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero, Web 

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