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by Davide Ferrario


On January 27th, 1945, Primo Levi, author of the world-famous If This Is a Man, was liberated from the Auschwitz concentration camp. It took him ten months, dozens of detours, many delays and thousands of miles to get back to his home in Torino. In the course of his trip he crossed Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Rumania, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Germany and finally arrived in Italy. He told the story of his adventures, meetings and observations in another very famous book, La Tregua (“The Truce”).
Sixty years later, director Davide Ferrario and writer Marco Belpoliti follow the same itinerary through contemporary, post-communist Europe.

international title: Primo Levi's Journey
original title: La strada di Levi
country: Italy
sales agent: Adriana Chiesa Enterprises (ACEK)
year: 2006
genre: documentary
directed by: Davide Ferrario
film run: 92'
release date: IT 19/01/2007, FR 12/03/2008
screenplay: Davide Ferrario, Marco Belpoliti
cinematography by: Gherardo Gossi, Massimiliano Trevis
film editing: Claudio Cormio
music: Daniele Sepe
producer: Davide Ferrario
production: Rossofuoco, RAI Cinema
distributor: 01 Distribution, Chrysalis Films
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