Scene from the film Do You Remember Revolution
Scene from the film Do You Remember Revolution
Scene from the film Do You Remember Revolution
Scene from the film Do You Remember Revolution
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Do You Remember Revolution

  • Belgium
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In Italy, in the mid-seventies, Adriana, Barbara, Nadia and Susanna were 20 years old when they decided to join the armed struggle and leave behind their social life and their families in order to make the revolution the center and the aim of their existence. Today they have returned after many years in prison, and they try, each one of them, to recount their own experiences. They speak about the political reasons which initially sustained them, the conflicts, the doubts, and the moments of being torn apart which market out their lives as women caught up in the vortex of war. A course of events which ended in the condemnation of the armed struggle and the pain of the lives that were destroyed – their victims’ lives and their own.


  • Original title
    Do You Remember Revolution
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Loredana Bianconi
  • DOP
    Alain Marcoen
  • Editing
    Karine Pourtaud
  • Sound
    Thierry de Halleux
  • Duration
    116 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
  • Country
    • Belgium
  • Colour
    • Colour
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