Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood sees Daniele Vicari return to the director’s chair for his first fiction feature film since The Past Is a Foreign Land.
Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood is the harrowing account of the brutal attack by 300 police on 90 activists spending the night in a school during the 2001 G8 Summit in Genoa, Italy.
As 200,000 anti-globalization activists and anarchist protestors descended on Genoa to try prevent the 27th G8 Summit taking place, authorities gave anti-riot police a free hand to repress the masses.
And we have a great new clip from the film for you to take a look at:
Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood tells the story of the night raid on the Diaz school – used at the time as an activists’ sleeping quarter and international media centre – and the brutal attacks and shameless humiliation inflicted on those who were there that evening.
Told with fierce realism, Diaz is a gripping and harrowing political thriller from the producer of Gomorrah, Domenici Procacci, and acclaimed director Daniele Vicari.
Diaz: Don’t Clean Up This Blood is out on DVD & Blu-Ray now.