What is Missing
In the last 40 years of Camorra clan warfare there have been more than 5,000 people killed, most of them young. Institutions are completely fugitive in the most difficult neighborhoods and it is easy for many of these guys start to committing crimes at a young age. Poverty, social inequality and denied rights increase in these young people the imaginary of a life of rivals through criminal power. What is Missing in the lives of young people affiliated with Camorra is family, education and work.
The Power of Silence
The Power of Silence is the story of Gennaro and Maurizio, two autistic twins. Autism is a pathology of neurodevelopment that is characterized by communication disorder. The parents Enzo and Antonella, suffered a severe blow when the doctor formulated the diagnosis of autism to their children. Over the years, but above all with love, the parents of the twins have managed to establish non-verbal language to get in touch with their children. The Power of Silence is a story of autism and love.
A young Somali migrant in her room at the reception center. These girls embark on a journey from their country of origin that can last up to 12 months, crossing the Sahara desert up to Libya. Sometimes they are kidnapped and plundered by predators. Or imprisoned and tortured in Libya, cases of physical violence are not rare. Lampedusa, Agrigento, Italy, 2013
Genny Cesarano a 17 years old boy with previous convictions for robbery and possession of gun, was killed by a commando of Camorra. Maybe he was not the target but he was the only one to die. The friends and other guys of the quarter walking and singing through the neighborhood in honor of Genny. Naples, Italy, 2015