53' | doc | 2015
The film searches for the traces that the attack of 23 December 1984 on the Naples / Milan train (16 dead and over 200 injured) left in the bodies and memories of the survivors: some of them, after thirty years of silence, speak today for the first time. Some of the rescuers also speak: railway workers, doctors, firefighters, policemen who first entered the tunnel, unaware of the scenario of death and destruction that they would have faced. With this part of personal memories, which forms the body of the film, the chronicle of the Florence trial of Totò Riina, accused of being the instigator of the massacre, is intertwined. The trial ended in April 2015.