It is not unusual for young people from the country, having been forced out of school at the age of 14 to go and work, to feel once again, when they emerge from their teens, the desire for education. This is something that happens with young urban workers as well. But their parents should not have the right to stop them. And the intellectuals should be there to help the parents to understand. Thus would they be perfect intellectuals, placed above the social classes. But this is a largely mediocre intellectual class; and more particularly one that represents a culture of intellectual clerks.
CAST & CREW
Born 1962, Calabria, Italy. Has worked in woods with his father since he was seven. He has left Calabria at the age of 20 and was a handicraft worker in Switzerland for ten years, also worked in Liberia in Rome. In 2000 entered the University of Philosophy in Rome (not finished yet). In the present works at a book shop in the square of Rome.
The Workers (2005), Liberation (2007), Nails, Tears, Rose (2008), Earth (2009), Preparations for Escape (2009), Men’s School (2011).