The film on the postwar period completes the trilogy on the First World War, started with Prisoners of War and On the Heights All is Peace. From the emblems of totalitarianism to the individual physicality of human suffering. Representation of the new man, loaded with anger, ready for the totalitarian experience, emerged from war. Anatomical catalog of the wounded body. From deconstruction to artificial re-composition of the human body. But what kind of humanity is this that forgets and permits the repetition of horror?
directed and written by: Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi music: Giovanna Marini, Luis Agudo historical research: Diego Leoni producer: Museo storico in Trento, Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra