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A Very Sicliian Justice


Manchester Film Festival Release Date

Sunday 5th March 2017
A Very Sicliian Justice poster
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Current Status:released

Next Showing:

None. Last shown at Manchester Film Festival on 5th March 2017.
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50 minutes (approx.)

Movie Synopsis:

Xray Films were given exceptional access to Sicilian Judge Antonino Di Matteo for A Very Sicilian Justice, narrated by Helen Mirren. Di Matteo is the chief prosecutor in Italy's 'Trial of the Century'. Those accused of colluding in the 'season of terror' that rocked Italy from 1991 to 94 include five mafia bosses and five members of the political establishment including senior police chiefs and politicians. Di Matteo is now the most threatened and protected man in Italy. Mafia boss Totò Riina has called for his 'spectacular' assassination, 'It'll be an execution like we used to have in Palermo'. A bomb plot to kill the Judge has been uncovered and the search for the conspirators and their explosives hidden in Palermo is underway. The Judge's plight has inspired supporters to take to the streets in solidarity, but an appeal to those in authority to support him has been met with silence. Di Matteo and his family have become virtual prisoners: 'I am conflicted. To give up would be a.


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A Very Sicliian Justice Cast

Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren headshot

Date of Birth:

26 July 1945

Real Name:



5' 4" (1.63 m)

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