directed by Giancarlo Cauteruccio
with Fulvio Cauteruccio, Domenico Cucinotta, Roberto Visconti, Carlo Sciaccaluga, Francesco Arghirò
to the accordion Francesco Gesualdi
music Ivan Fedele
scenes André Benaim
costumes and images Massimo Bevilaqua
In the book "Un Uomo", Oriana Fallaci shows that the freedom of a single individual can truly block the system, blow up the certainties of a totalitarian regime, expose and perhaps overcome, the miseries belonging to those who are essential to each regime. It is this will of the imagination that Alekos' Prisoner wants to stage, the space of Alexandros Panagulis' fantasy, dream and hope. The Eros of creation is always subversive, libertarian, revolutionary. History therefore takes place during the tragic crumbling of democracy in Greece, in the midst of a metaphorical collapse of the scenery, which explodes invading both the parterre and the audience. A broken and misaligned grid, the image of a prison, of a broken and dangerous order. Everything seems to suggest the possible repetition of history and the sinister topicality of the subject.