SALT Cinema

Salt Ankara

October 9, 2019 19.00

Camorra 2018 <i>Camorra</i> (2018) filminden bir kare ©GA&A Productions Srl.
Still from Camorra (2018) ©GA&A Productions Srl.
Nazım Hikmet Culture and Art Center (Oran, Ankara)

Camorra, 2018
Director: Francesco Patierno
70 minutes
Italian; Turkish and English subtitles

Neapolitan-born writer and director Francesco Patierno’s Camorra (2018) is a historical and socio-anthropological depiction of the organized crime in Naples, the regional capital of Campania. Using mostly unpublished footages from the Italian national public broadcaster’s archives, Rai Teche, it retraces the origins of this crime syndicate.

The documentary film chronicles the growth of the Camorra between the 1960s and 1990s: from its subordination to the Mafia, which controlled the contraband of cigarettes in Campania after the war, until the advent of Raffaele Cutolo, the undisputed boss, who unified the bands of extortionists into a single, large armed and economic power.

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films that have not been assessed and classified by the General Directorate of Cinema, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Republic of Turkey, can only be screened under the classification of 18+ at festivals, special screenings or similar culture and arts events.