Italy, 2019. Dir: Kim Longinotto. 97 min. VOSE.

Kim Longinotto’s acclaimed documentary explores the harsh reality of life and death under the oppression of the Corleonesi mafia. Thanks to the committed work of photographer Letizia Battaglia we enter this world of murder, omertà, oppression and feudal control. The escalation of brutality and the power of the mafia are revealed through a combination of archival images, news, memories and personal photographs. The power of Letizia’s images and the courage and dedication of people like her helped to end the brutal reign of a group of small-town thugs whose rule of fear went all the way to the Italian presidency.