From sulfur to coal

by Luca Vullo Documentary Italia/Italy 2008 53'

From sulfur to coal is a documentary on the phenomenon of migration derived from the Italo-Belgian pact of 1946, which led forced emigration of thousands of miners and peasants Sicilian direct coal mines of Belgium. A socio-historical portrait that Luca Vullo track retracing the moments that led millions of young Sicilians to slavery: lack of work, the problem of migration, exploitation, lack of work safety, integration and loss of identity. Themes that the young director leads us to re-live in its journey through the bowels of the earth, with a look at the past, when the Italians sold their country for a sack of coal, became demons in hell blacks prisoners of Mines , where the darkness is always heavier and silence assorda thoughts.

Director:

Luca Vullo

Country:

Italia/Italy

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23° Festival

CINEMAMBIENTE

29 May - 03 June 2020
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