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'Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano' by Giorgio Verdelli screened in Brussels
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‘Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano’ by Giorgio Verdelli screened in Brussels

Categories: Culture and creativity -Cinema and Audio-visual -Music and Performing Arts
The director pays tribute to the recently deceased artist with a testimony that is an invitation to resilience.
Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano. Particolare di locandina.
Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano. Particolare di locandina.

On 23 May, the Italian Cultural Institute of Brussels presents the screening of Giorgio Verdelli‘s film ‘Ezio Bosso. Le cose che restano’ (‘Ezio Bosso. The things that remain’).

As the director stated

In Ezio Bosso‘s career, which has been as atypical as one can imagine, both in terms of personal and professional events, there has always been a love for art, lived as a discipline and reason for living. In the film, the story is entrusted to Bosso himself, who reveals himself, and lets us into his world and his imagination, as in a diary. The narration is layered, in a continuous cross-reference between image and sound. His words alternate with his second voice, the music. The testimonies of friends, family and collaborators such as Gabriele Salvatores, Silvio Orlando and Paolo Fresu help to trace an accurate and timely mosaic of his figure. The unreleased track ‘The Things That Remain’ is a last message from Bosso to everyone, because as he himself declared: “everyone will tell their own story and I can only suggest mine”.

The bearer of a powerful motivational message in his life and in his music, Ezio Bosso has been and will always be a source of inspiration for anyone who comes close,

a presence, not a memory

as the film’s director, Giorgio Verdelli, himself intends.

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