"Guzzanti deserves every prize going for this eye-opener of a documentary." – Guardian
An outrageously funny and revealing documentary by Italian satirist and comedienne Sabina Guzzanti also starring Rory Bremner, about the true meaning of satire and Italian ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his government’s misconception of it.
In 2003 Berlusconi censored then later canceled Guzzanti’s popular late night show, RAIot, as it openly criticised the Berlusconi media empire. After this, Guzzanti generated a mini-revolution, shedding light on the un-European censorship laws imposed on the country’s freedom of speech.
Filmmakers: Sabina Guzzanti
Runtime: 80 mins