The “Metapolis” project is the start of a path leading into a-temporal town. We are far from the noisy metropolis convulse, impetuous, disorderly, violent in their contrasts. Here we are on the border between metaphysics and realism. And from this threshold that the author moves to bring us to an invisible film with an extremely articulated storyline, punctuated by sixteen still image. The country seems drowned in opaque veils; all colors are subjected to a burning sun, which sucks them in silence. Donato frames the almost geometric perfection of the small town, the ideal symbol of “Italian beauty”. A town...
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