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San Babila 8 P.M.

At eight o'clock in the evening in San Babila Square in Milan, a gang of neofascist youths choose a couple seemingly at random from the crowds there and savagely beat and knife them in full view of everyone. The man dies quickly, the injured woman does not receive any help for almost an hour.

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At eight o'clock in the evening in San Babila Square in Milan, a gang of neofascist youths choose a couple seemingly at random from the crowds there and savagely beat and knife them in full view of everyone. The man dies quickly, the injured woman does not receive any help for almost an hour. This movie, done in a pseudo-documentary style, investigates the crime and the circumstances which led up to it, focusing particularly on the activities of the youths beforehand.

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AKA:San Babila ore 20 un delitto inutile
Director:Carlo Lizzani
Year:1976
Language:Italian, English subtitles
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.5
Video Quality:9.5
Starring:Daniele Asti Brigitte Skay Giuliano Cesareo Pietro Brambilla Pietro Giannuso Grazia Baccari

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