The documentary tells the story of a young volunteer from Médecins Sans Frontières. ‘Codogno? Emotionally speaking, it is very difficult’
What drove a 19-year-old boy to be born and raised in Taranto, the son of a craftsman, who gave up everything and tried his best to help the last man in the most dangerous area on earth? This is the question that Daniele Cini tried to answer with his documentary “Genoa”.Produced by Claudia Pampinella for Talpa Produzioni, produced in cooperation with D4 SRL Italia 2021, and with MSFThis documentary tells the story of Pava Giovanni XXIII (Asociociazione Comunità Papa Giovanni XXIII) and the Sea Watch. The documentary tells the story of the 29-year-old Nanaro Juditi from Taranto (Gennaro Giudetti)’s life, he kept traveling around the world.
Gennaro fever: a documentary about a young MDF volunteer
Giudetti has joined Doctors Without Borders since he was 19. He was first a volunteer and then a humanitarian worker, providing help to the most vulnerable groups in the world.it is at In the Mediterranean, Codogno represents Covid-19 in Congo in response to the Ebola emergency.
in Clips we show you specifically, Gennaro is working hard to complete his latest task, that is, he wentLodi’s hospital called for Covid 19 urgent action.
“Emotionally speaking, it is much more difficult-Gennaro said-because in a foreign country, cultural separation makes you more sober, this time not because people can become your neighbors, your friends. Relationship level Closer, no cultural barriers.
There are many reasons for Gennaro to leave, but one of them is higher than the others: when someone asks you for help, please don’t look back. But young people also have compassion for those who are suffering,Gennaro said that the world is interconnected and we are connected with what is happening in other parts of the world.War also depends on us“.
with ‘Gennaro’s fever‘, Daniele Cini He told about the life of this young man: from Colombia who defended local farmers, to Palestine where he accompanied Palestinian children to school, to Lebanon and Syria’s humane humanitarianism. Once again on board the search and rescue ship in the Mediterranean, continue to work as an epidemiologist, such as Ebola and Covid-19 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, first in Italy and now in Yemen. MSF. Between getting on and off the plane, Gennaro also recounted the deep bond with his land, Taranto. Every time he prepares his backpack again, he will leave the affection of family and friends.
“For example, in Congo-Gennaro Juditi continues to say-we cannot replace the country. We are crutches, but not legs. We have helped stop the Ebola pandemic emergency, but this emergency is a cycle. Sexually relapsed. I work in an emergency team and belong to a team going abroad under 24/48.”
There is a kind of restlessness, need to go crazy, this needs to inspire the inspiration of the title, this kind of enthusiasm constantly emerges from his story and the images that have witnessed his life path.
Gennaro Giudetti tells a story of solidarity. Given the spread of the pandemic, today’s situation is even more important. It embraces the inner world and makes everyone a universal story. Because as he himself said: “Alone, we are powerless, we save ourselves together”.
From April 2nd, “Sky La Prima”, “Chili”, “Rakuten” TV, “Apple TV”, “Google Play” and “Movie Club” will start playing “Fever Song”
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