The movie describes the meticulous carriage of 60 statues from the Louvre Museum to Rome, on the occasion of a major exhibition set up at the Galleria Borghese. These statues belonged to Scipione Borghese but in the XIX century Napoleon took them to France and since then Rome has never managed to get them back. The documentary shows us how extraordinary this event is, throughout the significant testimony given by the exhibition curators, Louvre Director and other experts.
Alessio Jim Della Valle is a film director, photographer, musician and inventor. He was born and grew up in Florence, he travelled a lot and at the age of 30 he had already lived in more than 10 different countries. He is fluent in several languages. Alessio earned a degree cum laude at DAMS University (Drama, Arts and Music Studies) of Bologna, he studied Theatre and Drama at Samuel Beckett Centre, a department of Trinity College in Dublin. He studied film directing at the Los Angeles Film School and he also attended the Florence Music Academy.