Existential drama and man-God’s Passion in mystery plays

Giacinto Bagetta

The docufilm “Uomini e Luoghi: l’Antica Pigghjiata di Davoli” authored by Vittoria Camobreco supported by Francesco Brancatella, produced by the youth association “Ostro” (http://associazioneostro.jimdo.com; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVNukEtXnjs&t=157s) provided us with the opportunity to revisit the mystery play performed in Davoli (Calabria, Italy) in 1966 with the purpose to be a dutiful acknowledgment to those women and men of the community, belonging to any social rank, that, after hard working days, have submitted themselves to rehearse exhaustingly in the night for six months. It pays tribute to the extraordinary merits of a brilliant and versatile director such as Vitaliano Ambrosio. It comes as a generous gift of the pioneering amateur insight of Antonio Bagetta, beloved general practitioner in Davoli for half a
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