‘Diaz Don’t Clean Up This Blood’ depicts the Italian police’s brutal assault on sleeping protesters at the G8 Summit in Genoa, 2001, focusing on a raid on the city’s Diaz School, which was being used as a centre for independent journalists covering the event.
The film’s director has described his portrayal of the violence as “crude and realistic” but for many, the fact the film has even been made is in itself, a major achievement.
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