One Hundred Days in Palermo

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One Hundred Days in Palermo
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Directed by Giuseppe Ferrara
Written by Giuseppe Tornatore (screenplay)
Starring Lino Ventura
Giuliana De Sio
Lino Troisi
Stefano Satta Flores
Arnoldo Foà
Adalberto Maria Merli
Music by Vittorio Gelmetti
Release date
  • 1984 (1984)
Running time
107 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian
French

One Hundred Days in Palermo (Italian: Cento giorni a Palermo) is a 1984 non-fiction film directed by Giuseppe Ferrara with Giuseppe Tornatore as screenplay writer. The film is a France/Italy coproduction and tells about the last hundred days in the life of the Italian "Generale dei Carabinieri" and anti-mafia highest authority Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa as prefect of Palermo, the capital of the Italian island of Sicily. Dalla Chiesa's life ended with his barbaric murder, shot by the machine guns of a mafia squad (along his wife and his bodyguard) on September 3, 1982.

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