November 2012

WOMAN IN REVOLT: ALBERTO GRIFI AND MASSIMO SARCHIELLI’S ANNA

Rachel Kushner

“HOSPITALS, PRISONS, AND BARRACKS ARE LIKE THIS. Once you’re in, you’re screwed. . . . You’re sick because you don’t understand their medicine,” says Vincenzo Mazza as he encounters, and diagnoses with astonishing clarity, the repressive nature of life in Italy for a proletarian like himself in the year 1972. He’s a supporting real-life character in a film …

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