Three Days of Anarchy

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Three Days of Anarchy
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Directed by Vito Zagarrio
Written byVito Zagarrio
Starring Enrico Lo Verso
Tiziana Lodato
CinematographyPasquale Mari
Edited byRoberto Missiroli
Music by Pivio and Aldo De Scalzi
Release date
  • 2005 (2005)

Three Days of Anarchy (Italian : Tre giorni d'anarchia) is a 2005 Italian drama film written and directed by Vito Zagarrio. [1] [2]



The three days power vacuum in a Sicilian village shortly after the American landing in Sicily in July 1943.


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  1. Paolo Mereghetti. Il Mereghetti - Dizionario dei film. B.C. Dalai Editore, 2010. ISBN   8860736269.
  2. Roberto Nepoti (12 May 2006). "La favola della libertà nella Sicilia del 1943". La Repubblica . Retrieved 29 May 2015.