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L'acqua calda e l'acqua fredda (Warm water, cold water)| 55mins
Director: Marina Resta, Giulio Todescan | Producer: Marina Resta, Giulio Todescan
Focus Years: 2015 | Country: Italy
Subject Tags: europe, italy, livelihood, migration
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
At the Valbruna Steelworks in Vicenza, more than a half of the 1000 workers come from the South of Italy, specially from Giovinazzo (Bari). Here until the 80's the Acciaierie e Ferriere Pugliesi (Steelworks) was operative. After its closure, a migration to the North has started that is still continuing. "L'acqua calda e l'acqua fredda" (Warm water, cold water) is a trip between both the North and the South of Italy, and the present and the past, told through those workers' stories and direct and indirect evidence.
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L'acqua calda e l'acqua fredda (Warm water, cold water) | 55mins

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