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The interview we are presenting is a short version of a two-hour meeting at Ciro Giorgini’s home in Rome. Filippo Biagianti and I thought it might be interesting to draw viewers’ attention to what Giorgini revealed on Too much Johnson.

We would like to pinpoint some passages of that interview. Firstly Giorgini speaks about his contribution in discovering the film in details; the identification occurred under very special events that remind us of a detective story. Furthermore, the most interesting and never previously released details are about the copy of the movie that was shown in Pordenone. The fire of the Madrid probably never happened and the version assembled by Welles himself for the friends that paid visit to him was completely different from the one that was found in Italy. Enjoy it!

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