Some thirty million people annu­ally visit the most beau­tiful city on earth’. Everyone wants to see picturesque Venice — but the inhab­i­tants flee the city. Venice is too expen­sive to live in, real estate is sold to rich foreigners, rents sore and shops only sell tourist stuff. This docu­men­tary zooms in on the worries of the resi­dents, who fear their city is trans­forming into an amuse­ment park. What is it like to live in a city that is no longer yours?

Credits

Executive producer
Set geluid
Sound editing

Title: I Love Venice
Year: 2013
Duration : 1 hour, 11 minutes
Category: Long Documentary
Edition: NFF 2013

Kunst & CultuurMediafonds 25 JaarNatuur & MilieuInternationaal

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