The intention of this documentary is to tell about Pier Paolo Pasolinis intellectual honesty, as a poet of the slums, countered by the government of those years, with stiffness and limits against the diversities. His criticism and accusations to a short-sighted political world, are represented in opposition with an open-minded vision of culture, in cinematic expressions as Ragazzi di Vita, Petrolio, Accattone e Mamma Roma, and in his statements on the dangerous media power.
Born in Rome, Enzo De Camillis has about 60 film as a production designer working with directors like : Steno, Rosi, Giannini, Squitieri, Tornatore, Bava, Bolchi and many others. He debuted as a director in 2007 with My hands color with F. Venditti and E. Majeux. Among his most important short films: 19 Days to Maximum Security (2009) and A student named Alexander (2011). His works have been funded by the Italian Ministry of Culture and many times awarded.