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> [Raduno20?] storia corea The Korean War North vs South :JSA - DMZ - The Road Taken - Crossing - INDEX North vs South Movies, sabato 11 dicembre ore 15 - RIMANDATO
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a quando la serata dedita al passato della corea' ?
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Cesarone decide
Martedì lo operano: è facile che ci resti. Ma se sopravvive, abiterà in bagno per circa 10 gg quindi casa mia non è disponibile in quel frangente.

al tempo come titoli avevamo parlato di:

The DMZ children - the demilitarized zone del 1965 비무장지대 Bimujang Jidae [Photo album]
http://www.dvdaddicted.it/forum/index.php?...29&hl=demi*

(IMG:http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/upload/news/koreanWar.jpg)

JSA Joint Security Area
http://www.dvdaddicted.it/forum/index.php?...58&hl=Joint
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The Road Taken (선택)(2003) [FEFF6]
http://www.dvdaddicted.it/forum/index.php?...302&hl=Road

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Piagol
http://www.dvdaddicted.it/forum/index.php?...8&hl=Piagol
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in teoria si potrebbe fare sabato 23 o domenica 24
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le domeniche sono offlimits per noi sorry restano i sabato
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Darcy Paquet ha scritto un libro in proposito:

South Korean Films About the Korean War (1950-53):
A Tool for Reference

http://www.koreanfilm.org/warfilms.html

A quick introduction to the evolution of Korean War films:


[The 1950s] The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 and continued until 1953. During the war itself there were very few feature films produced; those that were tended to focus on raising morale for the war effort. By 1954 the industry began its recovery with the help of American-donated equipment, and by the late 1950s the film industry was booming. A large number of war films were produced at this time, primarily action films. Piagol (1956) is considered to be the most famous war film of the decade, and one of the classics of Korean film.

[The 1960s] The 1960s witnessed both the Golden Age of Korean film as well as increased interference in the film industry by the military government. A number of films from this period take a more humanist approach, focusing on the tragedies of war. Nonetheless filmmakers were constrained in how far they could go: popular filmmaker Lee Man-hee was arrested in 1965 and his film Seven Women Prisoners was banned for portraying communists in too-positive a light. In this manner the government utilized film as a tool for propagating its own views of the war and preventing alternative viewpoints from reaching the screen. An award was even established as part of the government-sponsored Grand Bell Awards to reward the most strongly anti-communist film of each year.

[The 1970s] The 1970s ushered in an age of much stricter government censorship, and in this environment, film censors indicated a clear preference for certain genres of films, namely: traditional costume dramas, films about adolescence, soft porn, and war films. These war films generally feature a simpler moral framework than the works of the previous decade, and they were crafted chiefly for entertainment purposes.

[The 1980s and 1990s] Most consider the 1980s to be a period of artistic renewal for the Korean film industry. Although censorship remained an issue, several complex and thought-provoking films opened up new, personal perspectives on the war, in particular Bae Chang-ho's Warm Winter was Gone, Im Kwon-taek's Gilsodom, and Lee Jang-ho's The Man with Three Coffins. A gradual loosening of government censorship starting in 1988 allowed filmmakers to cover topics that were previously off-limits, in particular: (1) the fate of leftist partisans from the South who fought for the communist army (Partisans of South Korea; The Taebaek Mountains); (2) critical portrayals of U.S. troop presence in Korea (Silver Stallion; Spring in My Hometown); and (3) sympathetic portrayals of North Korean soldiers (Shiri, Joint Security Area). Although financial pressures have replaced government interference as a key constraint on the filmmaking process, the past two decades have allowed for a more detailed and somewhat more balanced portrait of the war to begin to emerge.

INDEX

Dooman River tra Cina e Nordcorea 두만강 豆满江 Zhang Lu

Kimjongilia e gli abusi in Nord Corea / 김정일리아 / The Flower of Kim Jong-il director N.C. Heiken



PUNGSAN DOG [2011] Poongsan - Phungsan Dog 풍산개, in fuga dal Nord trailer scritto da KIM Kiduk [Limited]

Ryang-kang-do: Merry Christmas, North! [2011] 량강도 아이들 sui bimbi norcoreani Dir Jeong Seong San(정성산), Kim Seong-hoon-II

The Journals of Musan (무산일기) The Story of North Korean defector [FEFF13?] Park Jung-Bum / Social Issues Disability

The Battle of Yellow Sea [2010] 아름다운 우리 diretto da Kwak Gyeong-taek (곽경택)

The Journals of Musan (무산일기) The Story of North Korean defector [FEFF13?]

Sleeping with the Enemy 적과의 동침 [2011] Dal regista di Lifting King kong

THE MURDERER [2010] 황해 Yellow See dal regista di THE CHASER [TRAILER] girato in cina nello Yanbian

Dreams Come True[2010] 꿈은 이루어진다 On The Pitch

71 INTO FIRE - 포화속으로

A Little Pond 작은 연못 sul massacro di Nogeun-ri

IRIS 아이리스

Crossing (Life and Death) [2008] 크로싱

Radio Dayz [2008] 라듸오 데이즈

Dear Pyongyang [2006] Norcoreani giapponesi ..la loro vita : 디어 평양 / ディア・ピョンヤン

Welcome To Dongmakgol [FEFF8] 웰컴투 동막골 [Shin Ha Kyun][2005] [RECE, limited] Dir Kwang-Hyun Park 박광현

Taegukgi (2004) Sotto due bandiere ITA 태극기 휘날리며 ["Tae-geuk-gi"] dir. Kang Je-gyu. Starring Jang Dong-gun, Won Bin, Lee Eun-ju, Jo Yoon-hee, Gong Hyung-jin, Lee Young-ran. 140 min. World distribution: US, Japan, France, Germany, UK, etc. Available on DVD with English subtitles.

DMZ, 비무장지대 [2004] Demilitarized Zone

Silmido(2003) ["Silmido"] dir. Kang Woo-suk. Starring Sol Kyung-gu, Ahn Sung-ki, Jeong Jae-young, Im Won-hee, Heo Jun-ho, Kang Shin-il, Kang Sung-jin. 135 min. World distribution: Japan, Hong Kong, etc.

Address Unknown (2001) (수취인 불명)["Su-chui-in-bul-myung"] dir. Kim Ki-duk. Starring Yang Dong-keun, Ban Min-jung, Kim Young-min, Jo Je-hyun and Pang Eun-jin. 117 min. World distribution: France, etc.

JSA -Joint Security Area 공동경비구역 (2000) ["Kong-dong-gyung-bi-gu-yeok JSA"] dir. Park Chan-wook. Starring Lee Young-ae, Song Kang-ho, Lee Byung-hun, Shin Ha-kyun. 107 min. Awards: Best Film, Best Actor, and Audience Prize, 2001 Deauville Asian Film Festival; 1st Runner Up for Best Film at the 2001 Seattle International Film Festival. World distribution

Shiri (1999)(쉬리) ["Shi-ri"] dir. Kang Jae-gyu. Starring Han Suk-kyu, Choi Min-shik, Kim Yoon-jin, and Song Kang-ho. 124 min. World distribution: U.S. (2001), Hong Kong (1999), Japan (2000), Spain (2000), etc.

Spring in My Hometown [1998] 아름다운 시절 un villaggio nel 1952 ["A-reum-da-un Shi-jeol"] dir. Lee Kwangmo. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Lee In, Bae Yoo-jung, Yoo Oh-sung. 113 min. Awards: Gold Prize, 11th Tokyo Film Festival; Best Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography at 36th Grand Bell Awards.

Lee Kwangmo's debut feature about life in a small village during the war. Seen mostly through the eyes of a young boy, the film portrays the changes wrought by the war and by the presence of a nearby U.S. military base. The fighting itself remains offscreen throughout the film. In 1998, this became the first Korean film to screen in the Director's Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival.

Taebaek Mountains (1994) 태백산맥 dir. Im Kwon-taek. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Kim Myung-gon, Kim Kap-soo, Shin Hyun-june, Oh Jung-hye, Bang Eun-jin. 168 min. Awards: Special Jury Prize, Best Actor (Kim Kap-soo) at 33rd Grand Bell Awards.

TWO FLAGS (MANMUBANG) (1994) ["Man-mu-bang"] dir. Aum Jong Sun. Starring Chang Dong-hwi, Yoon Jung-hee, Kim Hyung-il. 101 min. Awards: Best Actress (Yoon Jung-hee), Editing at 32nd Grand Bell Awards; Best Film, Miami Film Festival.

TO THE STARRY ISLAND (1993) ["Keu Som-ae Ka-go-ship-ta"] dir. Park Kwang-soo. Starring Moon Sung-keun, Ahn Sung-ki, Shim Hye-jin. 101 min.

SILVER STALLION (1991) ["Eun-ma-neun O-ji An-neun-da"] dir. Jang Kil-soo. Starring Lee Hye-sook, Kim Bo-yeon, Jun Mu-song, Son Chang-min. 123 min. Awards: Best Actress, Best Screenplay at 15th Montreal Film Festival; Presented at 44th Cannes Film Festival.

PARTISANS OF SOUTH KOREA (1990) ["Nam-bu-gun"] dir. Chung Ji-young. Alternative title: North Korea's Southern Army. Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Choi Min-soo, Choi Jin-shil, Lee Hye-young. 157 min. Awards: Best Director, Best Actor (Ahn Sung-ki) and Best Supporting Actor (Choi Min-soo) at 11th Blue Dragon (Chungryong) Awards.Available on DVD with English subtitles.

THE MAN WITH THREE COFFINS (1987) ["Na-geu-ne-neun Kil-e-seo-do Sui-ji An-neun-da"] dir. Lee Jang-ho. Literal title: "Travelers Don't Rest, Even on the Road." Starring Kim Myong-gon, Lee Bo-hee. 104 min. World distribution: Japan (1988). Presented at 38th Berlin International Film Festival and 2nd Tokyo International Film Festival.

GILSOTTOM (1986) ["Gil-so-tteum"] dir. Im Kwon-taek. Starring Kim Ji-mi, Shin Sung-il, Han So-ryong, Choi Bul-am. 105 min. World distribution: West Germany (1986), U.S. (1987), Japan (1991). Presented at 36th Berlin Film Festival. Awards: Best Film, Best Actress (Kim Ji-mi) at 24th Grand Bell Awards.

WARM WINTER WAS GONE (1984) ["Keu Hae Kyeo-ur-eun Dda-ddeut-haet-ne"] dir. Bae Chang-ho. Literal title: "That Year's Winter was Warm." Starring Ahn Sung-ki, Lee Mi-sook, Yoo Ji-in, Han Jin-hee. 120 min. Awards: Special Prize at 6th Three Continents Film Festival; Best Actress (Lee Mi-sook) at 23rd Grand Bell Awards.

NORTH AND SOUTH (1984) ["Nam-gwa Buk"] dir. Kim Gi. Starring Yoo Young-guk, Kim Man, Won Mi-kyung. 110 min.

RAINY DAYS (1979) ["Jang-ma"] dir. Yu Hyun-mok. Starring Lee Dae-geun, Hwang Jung-soon, Kim Seok-hoon, Kim Shin-jae. 114 min. World distribution: Japan (1991). Presented at 4th Sao Paulo International Film Festival.

JUN-WOO'S LAST WORDS (1979) ["Jonu-ga Nam-gin Han-madi"] dir. Lee Won-se. Starring Jin Bong-jin, Jang Hyuk, Jun Young-sun. 105 min. World distribution: Asia, Africa (1980).

LAST DAY AT MT. DOSOL (1977) ["Dosolsan Ch'oe-hu-ui Nal"] dir. Sol Tae-ho. Starring Hwang Hae, Jang Hyuk, Jin Bong-jin. 118 min. World distribution: Various countries (1979).

13-YEAR OLD BOY (1974) ["Ship-sam-sae So-nyun"] dir. Shin Sang-ok. Starring Shin Sung-il, Kim Jung-hoon, Na Ha-young. 85 min.

TESTIMONY (1973) ["Jeung On"] dir. Im Kwon-taek. Starring Shin Il-ryung, Kim Chang-sook, Kim Hee-ra. 125 min. World distribution: Hong Kong (1987). Awards: Best Actress (Kim Chang-sook) at the 20th Asian Film Festival.

PRIVATE FIRST CLASS KIM (1969) ["Yuk-gun Kim-il-byung"] dir. Shin Sang-ok. Starring Shin Young-kyun, Choi Eun-hee, Nam Jung-im. Awarded the Editing prize at the 15th Asia-Pacific Film Festival.

MOUNTAIN FIRE (1967) ["San-bul"] dir. Kim Su-yong. Starring Shin Young-kyun, Do Geum-bong. 80 min. Presented at the 17th Berlin Film Festival.

MAJOR KANG JAE-GU (1966) ["So-ryung Kang Jae-gu"] dir. Go Yong-nam. Starring Shin Sung-il, Ko Eun-ah. 111 min. World distribution: U.S. (1967). Presented at 5th San Francisco Film Festival.

A BRAVE SOLDIER WITHOUT SERIAL NUMBER (1966) ["Kun-bon-eom-neun Yong-sa"] dir. Lee Man-hee. Starring Shin Sung-il, Moon Jeong-suk. 121 min. World distribution: Japan (1967). Winner of Anti-communism Award at 5th Grand Bell Awards, and the Freedom Award at the 13th Asia-Pacific Film Festival.

A SOLDIER SPEAKS AFTER DEATH (1966) ["Byung-sa-neun Juk-eo-seo Mal-han-da"] dir. Kim Ki-young. Starring Shin Young-kyun. World distribution: Vietnam (1966).

WAR AND THE WOMAN TEACHER (1966) ["Jeon-jeng-gwa Yeo-gyo-sa"] dir. Im Kwon-taek. Starring Kim Jin-kyu, Eom Aeng-ran. 100 min. World distribution: Southeast Asia (1967).

8240 KLO (1966) ["P'al-yi-sa-gong K.L.O"] dir. Chong Jin-woo. Starring Park Am, Nam Gung-won. 113 min. World distribution: Southeast Asia (1966). Awarded Anti-Communism Prize at the 5th Grand Bell Awards.

MARTYR (1965) ["Sun-gyo-ja"] dir. Yu Hyun-mok. Starring Kim Jin-gyu, Nam Gung-won, Chang Dong-hee.

SEVEN WOMEN PRISONERS (1965) ["Ch'il-in-ui Yeo-p'o-ro"] dir. Lee Man-hee. Alternate title: "The Returned Woman Soldier." Starring Moon Jung-sook, Ryu Kyu-sun, Lee Min-ja. After shooting this film, director Lee Man-hee was arrested and his film was banned for portraying Communists in a too-positive light.

INCHON LANDING OPERATION (1965) ["In-ch'on-sang-ryuk-jak-jun"] dir. Cho Gung-ha. Starring Shin Young-kyun, Kim Hye-jung, Yoon Il-bong. World distribution: Southeast Asia (1967). When That Day Comes

WHEN THAT DAY COMES (1965) ["Eon-je-na Keu-nal-i-myun"] dir. Cho Gung-ha. Starring Kim Hye-jung, Park Am. 100 min. World distribution: Japan, U.S. (1967).

NORTH AND SOUTH (1965) ["Nam-gwa Buk"] dir. Kim Ki-duk. Starring Shin Young-kyun, Choi Moo-ryong, Eom Aeng-ran. 114 min. World distribution: Southeast Asia (1965). Awards: Best Tragedy at 12th Asia-Pacific Film Festival. Screened at the 26th Venice Film Festival and the 9th San Francisco Film Festival.

The DMZ children - the demilitarized zone del 1965 비무장지대 DEMILITARIZED ZONE (1965) ["Bi-mu-jang-ji-dae"] dir. Park Sang-ho. Starring Cho Mi-ryung, Nam Gung-won. World distribution: Hong Kong, India, USA (1970). Awards: Best film, 13th Asia-Pacific Film Festival.


RED MUFFLER (1964)
["Bbal-gan Ma-hu-ra"] dir. Shin Sang-ok. Starring Shin Young-kyun, Choi Eun-hee, Choi Mu-ryong. 100 min. World distribution: various countries (1964). Awards: Best Actor (Shin Young-kyun), Best Director, and Best Editing at the 11th Asia-Pacific Film Festival.


THE MARINES WHO NEVER RETURNED (1963)
["Tor-a-o-ji An-neun Hae-byung"] dir. Lee Man-hee. Starring Jang Dong-hee, Choi Mu-ryung, Koo Bong-suh, Lee Dae-yeop. 110 min. World distribution: Malaysia, Taipei, USA (1964). Available on DVD with English subtitles.

FIVE MARINES (1961) ["O-in-ui Hae-byung"] dir. Kim Ki-duk. Starring Choi Mu-ryung, Shin Young-kyun, Hwang Hae. 118 min. World distribution: Taiwan (1962).

THE DEFEAT (1956) ["Gyuk-t'oe"] dir. Lee Kang-cheon. Starring Hwang Nam, Choi Bong. 80 min.

Piagol 피아골["Pi-a-gol"] dir. Lee Kang-cheon. Starring Kim Jin-gyu, No Kyung-hee. 110 min.

THE ATTACK ORDER (1954) ["Ch'ul-gyuk-myung-ryung"] dir. Hong Song-ki. Starring Yeom Mae-ri, Lee Jib-kil, Kim Il-hae. (no longer exists in complete form)

ARIRANG (1954) ["A-ri-rang"] dir. Lee Gang-chon. Starring Heo Jang Kang, Kim Jae Seon. World distribution: Hong Kong (1957). (no longer exists in complete form)

THE SONG OF MY HOMETOWN (1954)
["Ko-hyang-ui No-rae"] dir. Yun Bong-chun. Starring Lee Sun-kyung, Kim Shin-jae. Awards: recipient of 4th Seoul City Cultural Award. (no longer exists in complete form)

SONGBUL TEMPLE (1952) ["Song-bul-sa"] dir. Yun Bong-chun. Starring Yoon Sang-hwa and Lee Bin-hwa in her debut role. (no longer exists in complete form)


Kim Dong Won 김동원 Collection (4-Disc) Nord e Sud Corea in documentari storici tra cui Repatriation (2003, 148min e Confort women 63 Years On) :

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James' May (1986, 13min), short film reflecting on the meaning of belief and baptism through the experiences of a teenage student

Sang-kye-dong Olympics (1988, 27min), documentary about the forced relocation of slum residents during construction for the 1988 Olympics

Standing on the Edge of Death (1990, 29min), short film about the urban poor who can't afford housing

God Saw That It Was Good (1991, 53min), film about environmental pollution

People In the Forest of Media (1993, 37min), film about the role of television and mass media in daily live

Haengdang-dong People (1994, 30min), documentary about people turned out of their homes by urban redevelopment




We'll Be One (1995, 41min), documentary about pastor Moon Ik Hwan and his crusade for Korean unification

The 6 Days Struggle at the Myong Dong Cathedral (1997, 74min), documentary about the 1987 democracy sit-in at Myong Dong Cathedral

Another World We Are Making (1999, 41min), follow-up to Haengdang-dong People documenting the residents' three-year protest



One Man (2001, 49min), documentary about foreign missionary Roberto Seo who dedicated his life to the Korean democracy movement

Tekken Family (2001, 11min), short about how the game Tekken brings the director's family together

Jongno, Winter (2005, 18min), documentary about the death of a Korean-Chinese migrant worker on the streets of Seoul in the winter of 2003

63 Years On (2008, 59min), documentary about WWII comfort women


Repatriation (2003, 148min), award-winning documentary about the repatriation of North Korean spies


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Chi c'è SABATO 23 OTTOBRE?
Sempreassurda nn può perchè lavora
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qui ci vuole una torta da trincea, rustica
urca

pinza
gubana
torta alle pere e al pane
castagnaccio
fregolotta o sbrisolona
torta di more e grano saraceno
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QUOTE(serpeinculo @ Oct 11 2010, 09:52 AM) *
qui ci vuole una torta da trincea, rustica
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pinza
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torta alle pere e al pane
castagnaccio
fregolotta o sbrisolona
torta di more e grano saraceno

tralasciando quelal con le pere,le altre per noi sono offlimits xD
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avete scelto la più terrificante XD mi fa piacere
la cosidetta torta avanzo, quella che si faceva con gli scarti del pane.
Magari viene anche buona
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io il 23 dovrei esserci,il 24 di sicuro no,forse mi libero la sera.
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io il 23 non ci sono sicuro che ho un compleanno (IMG:style_emoticons/darkskins/sad.gif) mi dispiace
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raga ci spiace ma abbiamo avuto un imprevisto che ci impedisce di venire il weekend del raduno..sorry again (IMG:style_emoticons/darkskins/sad.gif)
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vabbè a questo punto spostiamo a novembre inoltrato, prima data buona possibile decideremo ad Halloween
Intanto resta questo sabato o domenica sera, solito un film e dolce per chi vuole
Qualcuno proponeva qualcosa?
a lui (un nome a caso, Ozzy), l'onore di aprire il topic
Se Cesare è fuori-cesso, si può fare qui.
Sennò cerchiamo ospitalità
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per sabato non ho impegni,ma la domenica sera è un po' incerta al cosa,proporrei come film:National Athlete,mi ispirava.
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questo raduno lo sto rimandando perchè aspetto che mi arrivi CROSSING 크로싱 che su consiglio dei FIOLS, ho trovato

http://www.yesasia.com/global/crossing-dvd...-0-en/info.html

Helmed by hit-making director Kim Tae Kyun (Volcano High, First Kiss), Crossing takes audiences into the human side of the North Korea issue. Inspired by a true story, the film follows a North Korean father and son who separately cross the border into China, and the difficulties they face trying to find their way back to each other. Leading man Cha In Pyo (Hanbando) and child actor Shin Myung Cheol movingly capture the emotional and physical trials experienced by North Korean refugees. Korea's official foreign-language film submission for the Oscars in 2008, Crossing tells a small story on a sweeping scale, conveying the strength of family and human spirit, and the tragic fallout of poverty and peninsula politics.

Poor but happy, North Korean coal miner Yong Soo (Cha In Pyo) ekes out a humble living with his wife (Seo Young Hwa) and young son (Shin Myung Cheol) in a small mining village. When his wife falls critically ill with tuberculosis, Yong Soo desperately sneaks into China in hopes of finding medicine to save her. Once over the border, however, Yong Soo discovers that there is no way back. Faced with many trials and dangers, he is taken farther and farther from his home and family. Back in North Korea, Yong Soo's wife passes away. Left alone with no one to turn to, Yoon Soo's son also crosses the border to look for his father.



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in teoria in dicembre, sabato 11 dalle 15 (quindi arrivo alle 14.30)

pensavo i tre films e poi la pizza verso le 9 altrimenti dopo siamo troppo stanchi
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