Fathers-children dialogue on the webnet and “real” life, on digital experiences and analogical experiences, on dependencies and advantages. Generations that confront each other, each with a different truth in their pocket. Yet we are forced to reflect by the fact that the revolutions against dictatorships are also conducted thanks to the web and that the grandparents chat with their grandchildren from the smartphone. So, who is right?
Conversation with Aldo Cazzullo on the book Metti via quel cellulare. Un papà, due figli, una rivoluzione (Mondadori).
Readings by the actor Ezio Donato and the actess Roberta Andronico.