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There is an actor at the center of the scene and there is a voiceover asking questions. What could be a long monologue turns out to be an interview, where the role of the interviewee and the interviewer are exchanged. In fact, the one who usually has always asked questions by habit, by profession, by competence, is the one who suffers a barrage of questions: the writer, journalist and television author Aldo Dalla Vecchia.
Aldo talks about his youth as a son of an industrialist. He has always loved the…