Since 1975, 14,644 people have disappeared Italy. Four hundred each year, more than one per day. Not a single one has been found. The reasons for their disappearances rarely come to light. But all of the cases are classified in the same category: ‘voluntary absence’. Throughout the country, men and women suddenly decide to cut ties with the person they were, abandoning their families and their position in society, leaving their image behind.
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