Yes, I have nostalgia for our youth, Luigi died at the age of 49 on February 14, 1992, so when I think of him, I cannot help but go back emotionally to this privileged period. The portrait we sketch of us can be overly idealized, full of energy, a little crazy, that of a tribe still intact who thought the world in pictures, accompanied by singers, artists, writers with this immoderate taste for poetry, discussions until the early morning, football games in the streets of small outlying towns, trips to the banks of the Po to spend a Sunday together....
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