| Documentary, Biography
The discussed portrait of Fernanda Pivano, ambassador of American writers in Italy, that shows the conflict between the False Self of a Victorian family and her love for Ginsberg and Hippies. From the author of Perdo/nanda Pivano (2018) in the name of Openness.
In 2016 Arnoldo Mosca Mondadori a big surprise: gives Rosati eight pages of Pivano entitled: Presumption - Maldicenza - Envy - Hypocrisy - Grudge - Violence - Injustice and La Dolcezza. They are a gift for Ottavio who answers to Fernanda with a video-play about forgiveness Perdo/nanda Pivano (2018).
Quanti ricordi. Quante birbonate. Quanti petali dolcissimi della tua gentilezza. Quante speranze per il tuo futuro di intelligenza e bravura. Grazie, Ottavio. Dio ti protegga. Sempre.
To have maximum spontaneity, Mario Amura shot some parts of the interview without the Pivano realizing it. Rosati also kept the moment when a phone call interrupts a dialogue and Pivano exclaims. "O Kazzo!"
The photographs of Fernanda Pivano as a child and girl are part of a family album that Mary Pivano, mother of the writer, gave to Rosati in Liguria in 1979 recommending to always protect her daughter. Ottavio was 29 years old.
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