by Francesco Cavaliere 2011 73'

Eight stories of environmental resistance in Scampia, Naples's fringe neighborhood and setting for Roberto Saviano's Gomorrah. Eight portraits of individuals who resist against the crime maelstrom: anticamorra priest, Don Aniello Manganello; founder of the association (R) esistanza, Ciro Corona; chronicler of environmental pollution from illegal toxic waste burning, Angelo Ferrilli; former drug addict now volunteer in a rehabilitation center, Daniela Ruocco Terracciano; former mobster, Tonino Torre, and the "˜A67 band, which took its name from the law that permitted low-income housing construction in Italy and resulted in the development of Scampia. <%YOUTUBE=G_tUm8ijDiU%>

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