Documentary

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The documentary tells the story, evolution and transformation of clubbing in Milan. “Clubbing” is an English term that can be translated as “going to clubs”. In reality there is a much deeper and more cultural meaning in the Anglo-Saxon meaning of the term. Clubs, discos and electronic music offer a privileged point of view for reading society and its changes: artistic, social, cultural, political, of customs. In particular, a city like Milan, which has always been a crucial place in the Italian and world panorama, if viewed and narrated from the point of view of the night, offers an interesting perspective on the changes of the country: from the 70s to the brilliant 80s, from the confused 90’s until the sudden change of the last decade. In Milan, music, fashion, art, counterculture, television, and the alternative and special characters that orbit these worlds often converge in the disco’s “free port”, a place where judgment is suspended and where trends and social trends are anticipated. The documentary shares all this with a strong, deep and pop narrative all at the same time, and with the testimonies of DJs, promoters, club owners, event organizers, “excellent” clubbers and historical protagonists of the Milanese night, from the 70s to today, and with an eye also to the future.

DIRECTED BY

Andrea Paulicelli

AUTHOR

Stefano Fontana

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Alberto Scotti

RUNNING TIME

70′

MUSIC BY

Stefano Fontana

EDITED BY

Gianluigi Dehò

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