The documentary opens with a tribute to Pasolini and his Comizi D’amore (1965). The authors start from that brief homage and take us on a new journey, more intimate and less political, to investigate love in its various forms. It is the feeling par excellence, but also the most unfathomable, to the point that a single voice is not enough to describe it. Amori collects the testimonies of needs, detachments, losses, compromises, explorations, purity, tenacity, salvation and consolation. A documentary about love, but, above all, about those who love. A small open window on a vast and often superficially addressed topic. As the authors themselves write, it is “a small film stirring among sharks in the open sea”.


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