Autre(s) titre(s):Something has changed in the South
Description:The oft-debated "Questione Meridionale" (Southern Issue) is here tackled from the perspective of the Communist Party. he As the film extensively shows how poverty and backwardness in the southern regions of Italy (Basilicata, Puglia, Campania, Lucania) were made even worse by the war, the spoken comment criticizes governmental politics andsuggests that a Souther "reinassance" can only happen if the workers learn how to organise themselves and be supportive of each other.
Mots-clés:VICTOR-E project / war destruction / habitation / slum / unemployment / overcrowding / institute for social welfare / day / spring / artist / journalist / politician / laborer / farmer / peasant / poorchildren / family / large group / poverty / street / railstrain / horsecar / cultivation/reclamation of land / industry / social gathering / parade / protest / strike / mountainside / countryside / ruins / abandoned building / infrastructure / factory / newspaper / banner / graphic presentations / communism / anti-fascism / party / union / Pietro Ingrao / Renato Guttuso / Giuseppe Di Vittorio / Giorgio Amendola / Giacomo Mancini / Ruggero Grieco / Naples / The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera / Italy
Fournisseur:Archivio Audiovisivo del Movimento Operaio e Democratico