Preventing the showing of the documentary film “March on Rome” by the Irish director Mark Cosin in Italian schools during school hours. This is the extreme combination ofParliamentary question Presented by the Vicar of the Fraternity of Italy Chiara La Porta and addressed to the Minister of Education and Merit, Giuseppe Valdetara. The film, which participated in the recent Venice Film Festival in particular, ended up being a hit. Documentary – reads the question – It concludes with a provocative comparison between the style of contemporary politicians and that of Benito Mussolini in the 1920s.”. In the photographs, the face of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni appears, and for Fratelli d’Italia, it is An obvious juxtaposition and comparison with Mussolini’s fascismDangerous and inappropriate comparisons..
Broadcast the movie in class
Among the educational institutions examined March in Rome There is also a school in Sansepolcro, in the Aretino district, where documentary film It had been seen by fifth graders on November 29, during school hours, in a city cinema. the league Della Valtibrina says, through Secretary Luca Ciavattini, that “In a spirit of mutual respect, we want to fully share the work that the Sansepolcro Brothers Club of Italy is doing with the Honorable Chiara La Porta. The Association has always fought against the political abuses committed by some teachers in schools, which are also mixed with different gender ideologies, which are instilled increasingly in the minds of young students.”.
Reasons to ask
Representative Laporta explained the reason for her question. “Everyone is free to express their thoughts, God forbid. What, in my opinion, should not be allowed – She said deputy – What is unfounded in fact, is that this film is shown to students of some schools during school hours. As far as I know, at least two high schools have brought some classes to see the show. I find it utterly inappropriate and disgraceful to watch such partisan and poorly-educated feature films. That’s why I asked Minister Valdetara Whether it intends to take any measures to prevent this from happening again in other institutions.”.
Irene Manzi, Group Leader P.D But in the House of Representatives Education Committee, he spoke of an attempt to censor teaching freedom. “How long – Asked – Does the Fdi decide which films children can watch during school hours and as part of teachers’ selection of teachers? We have now crossed the line. Asking Minister Valdetara to take measures because some institutions decided to allow students to watch a feature film in March in Rome, which also participated in the Venice Film Festival, is serious.. The Democratic leader added: “Not realizing it and asking a scary question is worse. It is dangerous because there is freedom to express one’s thoughts and ideas education. Which is dangerous because we don’t realize that the point of the film is to make us think about the use of propaganda in political terms. A call to critical conscience is important, above all, to the younger generations..