Safety Net (häftad)
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Stephen Sartarelli
Safety Net (häftad)

Safety Net

Häftad Engelska, 2020-04-02
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If the previous evening Sabatello's words had merely aroused his curiosity, viewing the images had turned his curiosity into a pressing need to understand . . . Because a story like that actually touched a very specific point of the inspector's character, which, though it might be drawn to certain judicial questions, was also, and perhaps above all, attracted to the intricate muddle that is a man's soul.

Vigàta has been selected as the filming location for a new movie set in the 1950s. As the town fills with the cast and crew, the director asks the locals to dig out footage and old photographs so they can faithfully recreate the Vigàta of that time.

When engineer Ernesto Sabatello comes to Inspector Montalbano with his findings, the Inspector cannot help but take notice. Sabatello, rummaging in his attic, found some films shot by his father between 1958 and 1963, always on the same day - 27 March - and always of the same thing: the outside wall of a country house. Intrigued, Montalbano begins to investigate the meaning of these peculiar films.

Meanwhile, the Luici Pirinnello School is attacked by a group of armed men. As shock ripples through the community and the police attempt to track down the perpetrators, Montalbano must consider taking a closer look at the students themselves and delving into their new world of social media.

Amid the production frenzy of the movie in his coastal town, Inspector Montalbano finds himself grappling with a double mystery: one that emerges from the past, and another that pushes him into the future . . .
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