Hometown | Mutonia| 1hr : 08mins
Director: ZimmerFrei | Producer: Serena Gramizzi
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: Italy
A documentary film about the Mutoid’s camp in Santarcangelo di Romagna, produced with the participation of its inhabitants. Mutonia is a strange village inside a village, a temporary town that changes in time according to a bigger urban and social context. This little city was born with the same anarchic, irreverent and experimental spirit of the travellers and cyber punks who founded it, and hosted two generations of travellers. It became their hometown, a “motherland” to go back to periodically or where to settle to raise children. Such an original place to live, made of assembled pieces of junk and vehicles transformed into houses, now risks disappearing because there is no urban plan that would contemplate its uniqueness, made up of daily life, invention, fragility, energy, transgression and the need to have roots (like any other life).
Hometown | Mutonia | 1hr : 08mins
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