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SUNDAY SCREENING: Italian Fascism in Color (2007)

This week’s documentary film curated by the editorial team at 21WIRE.

This film combines dramatic recreations and real archive footage showing the rise of the fascism movement after WWI in Italy, followed by the use of violence to secure political power and later with the consolidation of state and corporate power during the rise of an infamous national figure, Benito Mussolini, and his Fascist Party and his hot and cold alliance with Germany’s Adolf Hitler – which ended in disaster for the Italian leader known as “El Duce.” A fascinating look at one of the darkest, and yet most iconic periods in Italian history. Watch:

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Run time 1 hour 40 min
Produced and Directed by Chris Oxley
Production: Eye Double You See Poli-Media
US: Discover Channel

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