directed by Luciano Emmer, 1972, 71 min.
Guttuso e il "Marat morto" di David, Parise e Piazza San Marco, Zavattini e il "Campo di grano con corvi" di Van Gogh, Bianchi Bandinelli e la Colonna Traiana, Fellini e l'Eur
Guttuso and David'sl "Marat Mort"; Parise and St. Mark's Square; Zavattini and Van Gogh's "Wheatfield with Crows"; Bianchi Bandinelli and Trajan's Column; Fellini and Rome's EUR neighbourhood.
This is the programme that revolutionised the underlying culture behind television in the 'seventies. Intellectuals and artists dialogue directly with art, illustrating a work of art or a site from their own point of view and offering new, nuanced and thoroughly personal interpretations.