A letter to the future of humanity. We are in the future and, in the end, man has failed to save his planet. So climate change has caused a catastrophe.
Filmed in early August 2019, in just one week, using only 2 mobile phones and a small drone powered by sustainable energy, “A Riveder le Stelle” is an experimental documentary film conceived as a letter to the future of humanity: an original, zero-impact work that, through an offbeat communicative language, puts the spotlight on the environment and the consequences of climate change. An invitation to reflection and an attempt to respond to the terrible year 2019, declared by the UN’s World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) as the second hottest year in history, for Planet Earth. It is on these issues that the director questions himself, following step by step a group of six ‘exceptional travellers’ including actors Maya Sansa (La Meglio Gioventù, 2003), Giuseppe Cederna (Mediterraneo, 1990) and Dr. Franco Berrino. Fellow walkers who did not know each other and who, coming from totally different worlds, wanted to share the same route, tackling 36 km and a 5,000 metre difference in altitude together.