Director: Alessio Bozzer
Language: Italian, Croatian
From mid of ’50 the Piazza Ponterosso in the centre of Trieste became for all the citizens of Yugoslavia a myth, a favorite destination for shopping. During the ’70 and the ’80 the object that symbolized this myth is the blue jeans. During those years millions of slaves came to Trieste at least once or twice in a year. With war in Balkans everything stops. The films is a mosaic of stories and testimonies, from both sides of the border, that tries to recall those fabulous years.
Trieste Film Festival
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