This film tells the poignant story behind the scenes of Euripides’ The Trojan Women performed at Syracuse Greek Theatre, Sicily, in summer 2019. The famous Greek tragedy tells the aftermath of the defeat of Troy, when the women were given as slaves to the winners and the city was set on fire. To depict that ravaged scenario, architect Stefano Boeri, who designed the stage set, found inspiration in the wasteland left behind by the Vaia Storm, an extreme atmospheric event linked to climate change.
|director: Stefano Santamato||language: no dialogue|
|year: 2020||competing category: Short films|
|duration: 16 min|
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