…as technically brilliant as it is profound thematically. – Canberra Times

Spring 1945: The quiet of a northern Italian village is shattered by an explosion of gunfire as eight innocent women are gunned down. Why have they been executed now, with the war almost over and the Germans standing to gain nothing from further reprisals? Fifty years later, the daughter of one of the victims finds the German officer who ordered the executions and sets out to avenge her mother’s death.

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Lunch with Mussolini

Spring 1945: The quiet of a northern Italian village is shattered by an explosion of gunfire as eight innocent women are gunned down.

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