Italy has a dark history of mafia violence and political corruption. But it also has many incredibly brave and brilliant public servants – police, magistrates and politicians – who risk their lives and careers day in, day out to fight this enemy within.
A Very Sicilian Justice, narrated by Helen Mirren and directed by Paul Sapin and Toby Follett, is the astonishing and shocking story of Judge Nino Di Matteo – a brave man and public servant – who lives in fear and whose freedom is severely restricted simply because he is doing his job. Among those profiled in the film are a former mafia assassin-turned-state witness as well as Borsellino’s brother, and the son of the late former mayor of Palermo Vito Ciancimino, who was also known as “Don Vito”.
ΑΠΑΓΟΡΕΥΕΤΑΙ η με οποιονδήποτε τρόπο αναδημοσίευση, αναπαραγωγή, κατά παράφραση ή διασκευή απόδοση του περιεχομένου του Syros Agenda, χωρίς τη δημόσια αναφορά του ονόματός του με ενεργό link (Ν.2121/1993, άρθρο 25, παρ.2) όπως η δημοσιογραφική δεοντολογία επιτάσσει.