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  1. Scarica ricasca - Free Music Download
  2. S. Vassalli | La carta, lo schermo, la parola, lo sguardo
  3. Entratel suite – Kalydoc
  4. Testi canzoni dall’album La Finestra di Negramaro – PensieriParole

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Vucinic prima segna, poi si fa espellere. Ma lassù è anche la giornata di Portanova e Moscardelli che frenano subito Juve e Napoli. Niente nomi roboanti, ma gli eroi sono questi. Insomma è il campionato che ha già smarrito tutti i punti di riferimento quando aveva. Ci piacciono. Noi intanto ci concentriamo su quelli che sembravano urlare più forte al momento della Haka, cioè prima di giocare, e che hanno manifestato diversi problemini una volta partiti. Quel che resta del Milan, intanto.

Con il minuetto non si va lontano.

Only the organization can provide the basic continuity that knowledge workers need in order to be effective. Only the organization can convert the specialized knowledge of the knowledge worker into performance.

By itself, specialized knowledge does not yield performance. As a loner in his or her research and writing, the historian can be very effective. But to educate students, a great many other specialists have to contribute—people whose specialty may be literature, or mathematics, or other areas of history.

And this requires that the specialist have access to an organization. This access may be as a consultant, or it may be as a provider of specialized services. But for the majority of knowledge workers it will be as employees, full-time or part-time, of an organization, such as a government agency, a hospital, a university, a business, or a labor union. In the knowledge society it is not the individual who performs.

The individual is a cost center rather than a performance center. It is the organization that performs. Individually, knowledge workers are dependent on the job. They receive a wage or salary. They have been hired and can be fired. Legally each is an employee. But collectively they are the capitalists; increasingly, through their pension funds and other savings, the employees own the means of production. And most social theory of industrial society is based, one way or another, on the relationship between the two, whether in conflict or in necessary and beneficial cooperation and balance.

In the knowledge society the two merge. But it is also increasingly the main source of capital for the knowledge society. Perhaps more important, in the knowledge society the employees—that is, knowledge workers—own the tools of production. The capitalist had to own the steam engine and to control it. Increasingly, the true investment in the knowledge society is not in machines and tools but in the knowledge of the knowledge worker.

Without that knowledge the machines, no matter how advanced and sophisticated, are unproductive. The market researcher needs a computer. The surgeon needs the operating room of the hospital and all its expensive capital equipment. This is true whether the knowledge worker commands advanced knowledge, like a surgeon, or simple and fairly elementary knowledge, like a junior accountant.

In either case it is the knowledge investment that determines whether the employee is productive or not, more than the tools, machines, and capital furnished by an organization. In the knowledge society the most probable assumption for organizations—and certainly the assumption on which they have to conduct their affairs—is that they need knowledge workers far more than knowledge workers need them. There is no higher or lower knowledge.

And if an executive is posted to a foreign country, the knowledge he or she needs, and in a hurry, is fluency in a foreign language—something every native of that country has mastered by age three, without any great investment.

The knowledge of the knowledge society, precisely because it is knowledge only when applied in action, derives its rank and standing from the situation. Knowledges were always seen as fixed stars, so to speak, each occupying its own position in the universe of knowledge.

In the knowledge society knowledges are tools, and as such are dependent for their importance and position on the task to be performed. One additional conclusion: Because the knowledge society perforce has to be a society of organizations, its central and distinctive organ is management.

But we have learned in this past half century that management is the distinctive organ of all organizations. All of them require management, whether they use the term or not. All managers do the same things, whatever the purpose of their organization. All of them have to bring people—each possessing different knowledge- together for joint performance. All of them have to make human strengths productive in performance and human weaknesses irrelevant.

All of them have to think through what results are wanted in the organization—and have then to define objectives. All of them are responsible for thinking through what I call the theory of the business—that is, the assumptions on which the organization bases its performance and actions, and the assumptions that the organization has made in deciding what not to do. All of them must think through strategies—that is, the means through which the goals of the organization become performance.

All of them have to define the values of the organization, its system of rewards and punishments, its spirit and its culture. In all organizations managers need both the knowledge of management as work and discipline and the knowledge and understanding of the organization itself—its purposes, its values, its environment and markets, its core competencies.

Management as a practice is very old. The most successful executive in all history was surely that Egyptian who, 4, years or more ago, first conceived the pyramid, without any precedent, designed it, and built it, and did so in an astonishingly short time.

That first pyramid still stands. But as a discipline management is barely fifty years old. It was first dimly perceived around the time of the First World War.

Since then it has been the fastest-growing new function, and the study of it the fastest-growing new discipline. No function in history has emerged as quickly as has management in the past fifty or sixty years, and surely none has had such worldwide sweep in such a short period. Management is still taught in most business schools as a bundle of techniques, such as budgeting and personnel relations.

To be sure, management, like any other work, has its own tools and its own techniques. But just as the essence of medicine is not urinalysis important though that is , the essence of management is not techniques and procedures. The essence of management is to make knowledges productive.

Management, in other words, is a social function. And in its practice management is truly a liberal art. The old communities—family, village, parish, and so on—have all but disappeared in the knowledge society. Their place has largely been taken by the new unit of social integration, the organization.

Where community was fate, organization is voluntary membership. But who, then, does the community tasks? Two hundred years ago whatever social tasks were being done were done in all societies by a local community. Very few if any of these tasks are being done by the old communities anymore.

Nor would they be capable of doing them, considering that they no longer have control of their members or even a firm hold over them. People no longer stay where they were born, either in terms of geography or in terms of social position and status. By definition, a knowledge society is a society of mobility. And all the social functions of the old communities, whether performed well or poorly and most were performed very poorly indeed , presupposed that the individual and the family would stay put.

People no longer have roots. People no longer have a neighborhood that controls what their home is like, what they do, and, indeed, what their problems are allowed to be. The knowledge society is a society in which many more people than ever before can be successful. But it is therefore, by definition, also a society in which many more people than ever before can fail, or at least come in second.

And if only because the application of knowledge to work has made developed societies so much richer than any earlier society could even dream of becoming, the failures, whether poor people or alcoholics, battered women or juvenile delinquents, are seen as failures of society.

Who, then, takes care of the social tasks in the knowledge society? We cannot ignore them. But the traditional community is incapable of tackling them. Two answers have emerged in the past century or so—a majority answer and a dissenting opinion.

Both have proved to be wrong. The answer: the problems of the social sector can, should, and must be solved by government. This is still probably the answer that most people accept, especially in the developed countries of the West—even though most people probably no longer fully believe it.

But it has been totally disproved. Modern government, especially since the Second World War, has everywhere become a huge welfare bureaucracy. And the bulk of the budget in every developed country today is devoted to Entitlements—to payments for all kinds of social services. Yet in every developed country society is becoming sicker rather than healthier, and social problems are multiplying. Government has a big role to play in social tasks—the role of policymaker, of standard setter, and, to a substantial extent, of paymaster.

But as the agency to run social services, it has proved almost totally incompetent. I argued then that the new organization—and fifty years ago that meant the large business enterprise—would have to be the community in which the individual would find status and function, with the workplace community becoming the one in and through which social tasks would be organized.

In Japan though quite independently and without any debt to me the large employer—government agency or business—has indeed increasingly attempted to serve as a community for its employees.

Lifetime employment is only one affirmation of this. This, however, has not worked either. There is need, especially in the West, to bring the employee increasingly into the government of the workplace community. What is now called empowerment is very similar to the things I talked about fifty years ago. But it does not create a community. Nor does it create the structure through which the social tasks of the knowledge society can be tackled. In fact, practically all these tasks—whether education or health care; the anomies and diseases of a developed and, especially, a rich society, such as alcohol and drug abuse; or the problems of incompetence and irresponsibility such as those of the underclass in the American city—lie outside the employing institution.

The right answer to the question Who takes care of the social challenges of the knowledge society? The answer is a separate and new social sector. In the United States, with its tradition of independent and competitive churches, such a sector has always existed. Even now churches are the largest single part of the social sector in the United States, receiving almost half the money given to charitable institutions, and about a third of the time volunteered by individuals. But the nonchurch part of the social sector has been the growth sector in the United States.

In the early s about a million organizations were registered in the United States as nonprofit or charitable organizations doing social-sector work. The overwhelming majority of these, some 70 percent, have come into existence in the past thirty years.

And most are community services concerned with life on this earth rather than with the Kingdom of Heaven. Quite a few of the new organizations are, of course, religious in their orientation, but for the most part these are not churches. Even within the church segment of the social sector the organizations that have shown the capacity to grow are radically new. It means nothing except that under American law these organizations do not pay taxes. Whether they are organized as nonprofit or not is actually irrelevant to their function and behavior.

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What matters is not the legal basis but that the social-sector institutions have a particular kind of purpose. Government demands compliance; it makes rules and enforces them. Business expects to be paid; it supplies. Social-sector institutions aim at changing the human being.

The task of social-sector organizations is to create human health and well being. Increasingly these organizations of the social sector serve a second and equally important purpose. They create citizenship.

Modern society and modern polity have become so big and complex that citizenship—that is, responsible participation—is no longer possible. All we can do as citizens is to vote once every few years and to pay taxes all the time.

As a volunteer in a social-sector institution, the individual can again make a difference. In the United States, where there is a long volunteer tradition because of the old independence of the churches, almost every other adult in the s is working at least three—and often five—hours a week as a volunteer in a social-sector organization.

Britain is the only other country with something like this tradition, although it exists there to a much lesser extent in part because the British welfare state is far more embracing, but in much larger part because it has an established church—paid for by the state and run as a civil service.

Outside the English-speaking countries there is not much of a volunteer tradition. In fact, the modern state in Europe and Japan has been openly hostile to anything that smacks of volunteerism—most so in France and Japan. It is ancien regime and suspected of being fundamentally subversive. But even in these countries things are changing, because the knowledge society needs the social sector, and the social sector needs the volunteer.

But knowledge workers also need a sphere in which they can act as citizens and create a community. The workplace does not give it to them. In American education over the next twenty years there will be more and more government-paid vouchers that will enable parents to put their children into a variety of different schools, some public and tax supported, some private and largely dependent on the income from the vouchers.

These social-sector organizations, although partners with government, also clearly compete with government. The relationship between the two has yet to be worked out—and there is practically no precedent for it. What constitutes performance for social-sector organizations, and especially for those that, being nonprofit and charitable, do not have the discipline of a financial bottom line, has also yet to be worked out. We know that social-sector organizations need management.

But what precisely management means for the social-sector organization is just beginning to be studied. With respect to the management of the nonprofit organization we are in many ways pretty much where we were fifty or sixty years ago with respect to the management of the business enterprise: the work is only beginning.

But one thing is already clear. The knowledge society has to be a society of three sectors: a public sector of government, a private sector of business, and a social sector. And I submit that it is becoming increasingly clear that through the social sector a modern developed society can again create responsible and achieving citizenship, and can again give individuals—especially knowledge workers—a sphere in which they can make a difference in society and re-create community.

And this knowledge can be acquired only through schooling. It is not tied to any country. It is portable. It can be created everywhere, fast and cheaply. Finally, it is by definition changing. Knowledge as the key resource is fundamentally different from the traditional key resources of the economist—land, labor, and even capital. That knowledge has become the key resource means that there is a world economy, and that the world economy, rather than the national economy, is in control.

Every country, every industry, and every business will be in an increasingly competitive environment. Every country, every industry, and every business will, in its decisions, have to consider its competitive standing in the world economy and the competitiveness of its knowledge competencies. Politics and policies still center on domestic issues in every country. Few if any politicians, journalists, or civil servants look beyond the boundaries of their own country when a new measure such as taxes, the regulation of business, or social spending is being discussed.

This will no longer do. Every country and every industry will have to learn that the first question is not Is this measure desirable? We need to develop in politics something similar to the environmental-impact statement, which in the United States is now required for any government action affecting the quality of the environment: we need a competitive-impact statement.

But to make a decision without considering it has become irresponsible. Altogether, the fact that knowledge has become the key resource means that the standing of a country in the world economy will increasingly determine its domestic prosperity.

The primacy of foreign affairs is an old political precept going back in European politics to the seventeenth century. Since the Second World War it has also been accepted in American politics—though only grudgingly so, and only in emergencies. It has always meant that military security was to be given priority over domestic policies, and in all likelihood this is what it will continue to mean, Cold War or no Cold War.

But the primacy of foreign affairs is now acquiring a different dimension. This holds true for a country that is only marginally involved in the world economy should there still be such a one , and for a business that is only marginally involved in the world economy, and for a university that sees itself as totally domestic. Knowledge knows no boundaries. There is no domestic knowledge and no international knowledge. There is only knowledge. And with knowledge becoming the key resource, there is only a world economy, even though the individual organization in its daily activities operates within a national, regional, or even local setting.

Social tasks are increasingly being done by individual organizations, each created for one, and only one, social task, whether education, health care, or street cleaning. Society, therefore, is rapidly becoming pluralist. Yet our social and political theories still assume that there are no power centers except government.

To destroy or at least to render impotent all other power centers was, in fact, the thrust of Western history and Western politics for years, from the fourteenth century on. This drive culminated in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, when, except in the United States, such early institutions as still survived—for example, the universities and the churches—became organs of the state, with their functionaries becoming civil servants.

But then, beginning in the mid nineteenth century, new centers arose—the first one, the modern business enterprise, around And since then one new organization after another has come into being. The new institutions—the labor union, the modern hospital, the mega church, the research university—of the society of organizations have no interest in public power.

They do not want to be governments. But they demand—and, indeed, need—autonomy with respect to their functions. Even at the extreme of Stalinism the managers of major industrial enterprises were largely masters within their enterprises, and the individual industry was largely autonomous.

So were the university, the research lab, and the military. At least, they tried to prevent any other organization from having control of any community concern or community institution within their domain. But in the society of organizations each of the new institutions is concerned only with its own purpose and mission. It does not claim power over anything else. But it also does not assume responsibility for anything else.

Who, then, is concerned with the common good? This has always been a central problem of pluralism. No earlier pluralism solved it. The problem remains, but in a new guise. So far it has been seen as imposing limits on social institutions—forbidding them to do things in the pursuit of their mission, function, and interest which encroach upon the public domain or violate public policy.

The laws against discrimination—by race, sex, age, educational level, health status, and so on—which have proliferated in the United States in the past forty years all forbid socially undesirable behavior.

But we are increasingly raising the question of the social responsibility of social institutions: What do institutions have to do—in addition to discharging their own functions—to advance the public good? This, however, though nobody seems to realize it, is a demand to return to the old pluralism, the pluralism of feudalism. It is a demand that private hands assume public power. This could seriously threaten the functioning of the new organizations, as the example of the schools in the United States makes abundantly clear.

One of the major reasons for the steady decline in the capacity of the schools to do their job—that is, to teach children elementary knowledge skills—is surely that since the s the United States has increasingly made the schools the carriers of all kinds of social policies: the elimination of racial discrimination, of discrimination against all other kinds of minorities, including the handicapped, and so on.

Whether we have actually made any progress in assuaging social ills is highly debatable; so far the schools have not proved particularly effective as tools for social reform. But making the school the organ of social policies has, without any doubt, severely impaired its capacity to do its own job. The new pluralism has a new problem: how to maintain the performance capacity of the new institutions and yet maintain the cohesion of society. This makes doubly important the emergence of a b and functioning social sector.

It is an additional reason why the social sector will increasingly be crucial to the performance, if not to the cohesion, of the knowledge society. Of the new organizations under consideration here, the first to arise, years ago, was the business enterprise.

It was only natural, therefore, that the problem of the emerging society of organizations was first seen as the relationship of government and business.

It was also natural that the new interests were first seen as economic interests. The first attempt to come to grips with the politics of the emerging society of organizations aimed, therefore, at making economic interests serve the political process. The first to pursue this goal was an American, Mark Hanna, the restorer of the Republican Party in the s and, in many ways, the founding father of twentieth-century American politics.

His definition of politics as a dynamic disequilibrium between the major economic interests—farmers, business, and labor—remained the foundation of American politics until the Second World War. In fact, Franklin D. Roosevelt restored the Democratic Party by reformulating Hanna. And the basic political position of this philosophy is evident in the title of the most influential political book written during the New Deal years—Politics: Who Gets What, When, How , by Harold D.

Mark Hanna in knew very well that there are plenty of concerns other than economic concerns. And yet it was obvious to him—as it was to Roosevelt forty years later—that economic interests had to be used to integrate all the others. This is still the assumption underlying most analyses of American politics—and, in fact, of politics in all developed countries. But the assumption is no longer tenable. But knowledge, the new resource for economic performance, is not in itself economic.

It cannot be bought or sold. The fruits of knowledge, such as the income from a patent, can be bought or sold; the knowledge that went into the patent cannot be conveyed at any price. The acquisition of knowledge has a cost, as has the acquisition of anything.

But the acquisition of knowledge has no price. Economic interests can therefore no longer integrate all other concerns and interests.

As soon as knowledge became the key economic resource, the integration of interests—and with it the integration of the pluralism of a modern polity—began to be lost. Increasingly, non-economic interests are becoming the new pluralism—the special interests, the single-cause organizations, and so on.

Politics is about the right to life of the embryo in the womb as against the right of a woman to control her own body and to abort an embryo. It is about the environment. It is about gaining equality for groups alleged to be oppressed and discriminated against. None of these issues is economic.

All are fundamentally moral. Economic interests can be compromised, which is the great strength of basing politics on economic interests.

But half a baby, in the biblical story of the judgment of Solomon, is not half a child. No compromise is possible. To an environmentalist, half an endangered species is an extinct species. This greatly aggravates the crisis of modern government. Newspapers and commentators still tend to report in economic terms what goes on in Washington, in London, in Bonn, or in Tokyo. But more and more of the lobbyists who determine governmental laws and governmental actions are no longer lobbyists for economic interests.

They lobby for and against measures that they—and their paymasters—see as moral, spiritual, cultural. And each of these new moral concerns, each represented by a new organization, claims to stand for an absolute.

Dividing their loaf is not compromise; it is treason. There is thus in the society of organizations no one integrating force that pulls individual organizations in society and community into coalition. The traditional parties—perhaps the most successful political creations of the nineteenth century—can no longer integrate divergent groups and divergent points of view into a common pursuit of power.

Rather, they have become battlefields between groups, each of them fighting for absolute victory and not content with anything but total surrender of the enemy.

The twenty-first century will surely be one of continuing social, economic, and political turmoil and challenge, at least in its early decades.

What I have called the age of social transformation is not over yet. Fuori per un guaio muscolare dopo venti minuti. Ieri non è stato diverso dalle. E va già bene che Pippo è tornato convocabile dopo il lunghissimo calvario. Il secondo problema sono i muscoli di Pato, che continuano a rimanere fragili come il cristallo.

Occorrerà riprovare a capirci di più. Mape Funzionalità e colore per tutte le esigenze. Mapei leader mondiale nella produzione di fugature e adesivi. Anche per. In proiezione futura Guidolin ha di che confortarsi. Ritornello Sette punti in tre partite sono un ottimo risultato, soprattutto per un club il cui obiettivo primario sono i canonici 40 punti che corrispondono alla permanenza in A.

I Pozzo lungo gli anni si sono fatti furbi e hanno smesso coi proclami eu-. Tutto questo nonostante le partenze di Sanchez e Inler, che hanno lasciato eredità pesantissime e diverse polemiche fra i tifosi. E infatti Guidolin lo sottolinea. La mancanza di gamba di cui parlo si riferisce a questo.

Dobbiamo migliorare nelle ripartenze, ma non dimentichiamo che nel finale abbiamo avuto due occasioni belle e importanti. Comunque siamo contenti: se non lo fossimo saremmo poco umili. Rischia il tutto per tutto inserendo Inzaghi e spedendo il frastornato Emanuelson a fare il terzino. Almeno non gli daranno più del catenacciaro. Sta diventando un leader. Crea e lotta e si prende pian piano la squadra sulle spalle.

S. Vassalli | La carta, lo schermo, la parola, lo sguardo

Aveva ragione Allegri a dire che giocare di più alla lunga gli avrebbe fatto bene. La solita partita sagace. Tre gol in tre partite. Ha messo il Milan in difficoltà, poi lo ha tenuto a galla.

Fino a dieci minuti dalla fine era da quattro, ma nel finale si riscatta con un paio di interventi decisivi. Sul gol si fa fregare da Torje, perché non lo contrasta a sufficienza. Ma dove non arrivano le gambe arriva il cervello. Con i piedi che ha, le sortite a centrocampo sono una buona regola. Quasi sempre impeccabile in difesa, aiuta i compagni in difficoltà con la sua corsa sempre fluida.

Era stato tenuto a riposo col Napoli, ma non è bastato. È un lavoro sporco, ma qualcuno lo deve pur fare. Il primo a impegnarlo non è un attaccante dai piedi vellutati, ma il mediano Nocerino. Lui non si lascia sorprendere.

Decisivo anche su Cassano. El Shaarawy lo spiazza. Poi il ragazzo si fa largo e lui mantiene un buon rendimento. Con un fallo poco furbo consegna al Milan un calcio di punizione in una zona cruciale: per poco Seedorf non segna in pari. Sul tiro di El Shaarawy, è lui il più vicino al milanista.

Cassano qualche volta lo fa soffrire, ma lui spinge e chiude, chiude e spinge. Il più continuo e il più lucido della difesa, si fa vedere anche in attacco.

Poco incisivo, finisce spesso per terra, cosa che irrita ingiustamente qualche giocatore del Milan. Normalmente fa molto di più. Galleggia in mezzo al campo e tenta più volte di rilanciare in avanti, ma fa anche molta confusione. Non è ancora tornato alla fase di fulgore tattico della stagione passata, ma è in ripresa rispetto alla serataccia di Napoli. Umile e prezioso. Adesso il Milan non potrebbe fare a meno di lui.

È come se non trovasse lo spazio e soprattutto i tempi del gioco. Ma ancora una volta sembra in serata no. Svagato e evanescente, si fa male in uno scatto di generosità. Il fratello si laurea oggi e a lui è dedicato il gol. È presto per Stephan prendere il diploma da predestinato, ma, dopo troppi minuti di timidezza, segna un gol bellissimo.

Frastornato quasi subito. Non perde mai la bussola: in mezzo al campo il Milan fa fatica a passare. Il fisico c'è, la precisione talvolta latita. Giordani 6; Ghiandai 6. Tribuna Parterre ricco ieri a San Siro. Chissà che cosa avrà pensato Zlatan Ibrahimovic mentre guardava la partita dalla panchina.

Ma due punti in tre partite sono troppo pochi per una squadra che punta a rivincere lo scudetto. Massimiliano Allegri lo sa, per questo preferisce non guardare la classifica. Per come si era messa la partita era importante non perdere.

Siamo entrati preoc-. Approccio molle Le attenuanti ci sono ma i problemi restano. Il Milan corre poco e sembra giù dal punto di vista fisico. Il portiere a fine partita ha ammesso:.

Il Milan la scorsa stagione ha chiuso con lo scudetto sul petto e con la miglior difesa della A: in tutto il girone di ritorno aveva subito 7 gol, ora è a 6 dopo appena 3 gare.

Ora che Ibrahimovic è tornato e il suo recupero è più vicino dovrebbe rientrare il 2 ottobre con la Juve magari si riuscirà a sfatare il tabù vittoria. La Juve domina la partita in dieci contro undici, crea una quantità industriale di palle gol ed esce meritatamente fra gli applausi. Il Magic Johnson del calcio. Assist per Vucinic gol , assist da manicomio per Krasic che spreca , missile da 30 metri miracolo di Gillet e giocate da playstation a ripetizione.

Normale amministrazio ne sbrigata in assoluta tranquillità. Lo svizzero cresce gara dopo gara, soprattutto a livello di personalità. Regista difensivo di alto livello. Pulito negli interventi, provvidenziale nel finale quando si mette fra Di Vaio e il pallone.

Sfiora pure il gol due volte: di destro e di testa. La prova complessiva mente non è malvagia. Ci mette fisico e grinta, come sempre. Non è ancora al meglio, sia fisicamente sia dal punto di vista tattico. La condizione fisica è buona, ma commette molti errori.

Lo stadio brontola quando per la terza volta il serbo non si accorge che il campo è finito. Spreca il 2 0 su assist delizioso di Pirlo. Un gol e un paio di assist al bacio avevano illuso lo Juventus Stadium. Poi, nel recupero del primo tempo, la scemenza che di fatto costa ai bianconeri la testa solitaria della classifica.

Inizia molto bene, divertendosi a suon di uno due con Vucinic, un altro che parla la sua lingua. Sfiora il gol con un destro a girare dei suoi e con un sinistro dalla distanza. Il solito rigore tattico, una condizione fisica scintillante e generosità da vendere.

La prima cosa gli riesce bene generosissi mo! Fa bene il compitino, non commette grossi errori e dà veramente tutto. Prepara benissimo la partita. Incarta subito la Juventus e paga solo su un calcio piazzato. Mossa azzeccatissima quel Ramirez su Pirlo in prima battuta e poi a tutto campo.

Commette qualche fallo di troppo, ma alla lunga non soffre mai il binario sinistro della Juventus e sa rendersi pericoloso in avanti: è lui che causa il corner che porta al pareggio emiliano.

Gol da centravanti: specialità della casa. Solido dietro, uno specialista delle sportellate. Là in mezzo si perdono Vucinic in occasione del gol, ma gran parte della colpa è di Kone. Buona parte del punticino strappato dal Bologna è suo. Bene su un sinistro a girare di Krasic, spettacolare sulla legnata di Pirlo, incisivo su Barzagli, impeccabile nel finale.

Non lo vedi esibirsi in interventi particolarmen te spettacolari, ma in generale non si fa mai trovare fuori posizione. Parecchio roccioso pure lui, ben in sintonia con Portanova. Nel finale chiude tutto. Impalpabile largo sulla destra, poco incisivo anche quando si accentra per cercare più spazio. Il suo sinistro di grande qualità non entra di fatto mai in azione.

Altro martello abituato alle tonnare peggiori in mezzo al campo. Andrea Pirlo batte una punizione a sorpresa sulla destra, la difesa del Bologna è impreparata, Mirko Vucinic entra in area da solo e trafigge Gillet per il vantaggio della Juve IPP. Tifosi bianconeri, gioite.

La blocca il Bologna, che non aveva ancora fatto un punto, e tre giorni fa aveva pure in casa. Tanti motivi. Se la Juve sarà sempre questa, di partite ne perderà poche, molto poche. E non gli capiterà sempre di farsi rovinare la festa da un paio di gesti stupidi di un suo giocatore, vero Vucinic? Questa, secondo noi, è la Juve. Gladiatore ruvido e pure bruttino da vedere: devastante in fase di interdizione, vietato ai minori quando deve impostare o fare anche un passaggio di cinque metri.

Salva su Barzagli. Sullo 0 0 spreca un contropiede facile per un improbabile tiro da 20 metri a un passaggio comodo per Diamanti, smarcato davanti a Buffon. Non copre su Pirlo che poi innesca Vucinic.

Giocatore completo, personalità da campione, già pronto per una grande piazza. In prima battuta va su Pirlo, per il resto è onnipresente da centrocampo in su: punto di riferimento costante. Si batte, ci mette corsa e generosità, ma là davanti viene lasciato troppo solo, e infatti finisce per non stuzzicare praticamente mai Buffon e i due centrali della squadra bianconera Di Vaio, 6.

Bisoli lo manda in campo al posto di Diamanti. Niente male lo slovenino di scuola Inter. Altomare 5,5 -Musolino 6. Perché in dieci per un round intero, viene subito raggiunta da Portanova ma poi reagisce dominando il Bologna con una produzione industriale di occasioni che non si concretizzano solo per sfortuna e perché Gillet è in vena di super.

Subito dopo la decisione, in caso di prosieguo, verrà fissato il termine di deposito di ulteriori memorie e fissata la nuova udienza. Ultimo assalto della Juventus: nel corso di una mischia in area bolognese finiscono a terra Casarini, Gillet e Pepe.

Il portiere sarà poi costretto a uscire in barella. Matri , Vucinic, Pepe. Di Vaio. NOTE spettatori paganti Il secondo round è stato davvero da grande squadra. Barzagli dietro e Marchisio a fianco, sono stati degni collaboratori.

Paradossalmente, i Conte boys hanno fatto più fatica in 11 contro Konè e Diamanti esterni alti per pressare i laterali ed evitare il più possibile le discese, ma soprattutto la mossa Ramirez per preparare una gabbietta a Pirlo. In alto: Mirko Vucinic, 27 anni, incredulo di fronte al cartellino rosso di Gava. Galeotto un errore di De Ceglie sul quale Buffon ci ha messo una pezza deviando in angolo il tiro di Casarini.

Il castigo ha preso forma con la zuccata di Portanova sul corner seguente. E dire che il Bologna ne aveva di fiato da vendere. Conte ha chiuso la partita con la difesa a 3, inserendo Vidal dopo aver tolto Del Piero per un più dinamico Matri e Giaccherini per Krasic versione pasticcio, nonostante il palo preso su un passaggio al bacio di Pirlo, chi se no.

Beh, sembrava il Bologna quello in 10, anzi in 9. Se vogliamo, è mancata soltanto la mira. Perez, nel frattempo, si preoccupava di intasare il centro basso per un in fase di difesa.

Anche perché Krasic era in giornata di scatti fin sugli spalti. Non è un caso se il gol sia arrivato per Una punizione di Pirlo battuta a sorpresa ma con palla in movimento che il pessimo Gava non ha rilevato per Vucinic in area che non ha sbagliato.

Ovvie proteste juventine. Colpo proibito Un esagitato colpisce Di Vaio con una sberla. Il fatto è che avrebbe il talento per far vincere la squadra da solo, ma la sua storia dice che a volte gli riesce il contrario. Il fatto, insomma, è che Mirko Vucinic è potenzialmente un grande giocatore, ma è anche bravissimo a distruggere quello che gli altri, o lui stesso, costruiscono. Prima una protesta plateale, poi un fallo talmente stupido da lasciare increduli: dove sarebbe potuto andare Morleo con la palla al piede a circa 70 metri dalla porta di Buffon e tutti i bianconeri schierati in fase difensiva?

Conte aveva dato fiducia a Krasic e il serbo si è giocato malissimo la chance. Da molto tempo. Ci deve rendere orgogliosi il modo in cui abbiamo inseguito il successo.

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È bello stare in testa, ma potevamo esserci da soli. Volano spinte, trattenute, minacce. Gillet, che paura! Il Bologna festeggia il pareggio e tiene il fiato sospeso per Gillet.

Il portie-. Trascorrerà la notte sotto osservazione a Torino per lui leggera commozione cerebrale e verrà dimesso probabilmente oggi dopo la tac di controllo. Il Bologna ha dimostra-. Non dobbiamo esaltarci come non eravamo a terra prima. Non è facile portare a casa un punto da qui. Per Diamanti contusione al piede, da valutare. Un pareggio di valore inestimabile, questo è il Bologna che mi aspettavo. Ero preoccupato ma non ho mai avuto dubbi su Bisoli. In campo a Torino ci sono 21 giocatori e un Ufo: Andrea Pirlo.

Gioca a un livello superiore rispetto a tutti gli altri, parla spesso una lingua diversa rispetto ai compagni che faranno bene ad adeguarsi in fretta E Pirlo, della tecnica, è il miglior interprete italiano. Chissà se i dirigenti del Milan sono sempre convinti che lasciarlo andare via sia stata, oltre che un indubbio affare economico, anche un bella pensata tecnica Prezioso muro davanti alla difesa.

Molto furbo. Riguardatevi la punizione da cui nasce il gol della Juve: Pirlo la batte con il pallone in movimento azione dunque irregolare perché vede Vucinic libero in area di rigore.

Poi, nel secondo tempo, pur senza Vucinic espulso , è sempre lui a menare la danza, a prendere per mano la squadra e a cercare il gol del successo. Erano tanti anni che i tifosi juventini non vedevano simili meraviglie. I numeri di Pirlo: 70 palloni toccati, 87 per cento di passaggi positivi, solo 15 palloni persi e ben 5 lanci illuminanti. E pensare che il Bologna aveva provato in tutti i modi ad arginare il regista avversario.

Ramirez è il giocatore del Bologna che tocca più volte il pallone 70 , sbaglia poco 62 per cento di passaggi precisi , si fa sempre vedere dai compagni che lo cercano per il disimpegno. A volte esagera con i dribbling gliene riescono 3, ne fallisce 5 , ma in definitiva è quello che punge di più. Ramirez sforna 3 cross, regala 3 palloni-assist e consegna una sponda a un compagno in arrivo da dietro e pronto alla battuta.

Ne sono testimonianza gli errori di Barzagli in appoggio. Logico perché il gioco parte da lui con passaggi corti e lanci lunghi. Troppo leggero il centravanti del Bologna: non tiene stretto un pallone. Una nuova idea di stile, da guidare. Scopritela nelle Concessionarie Hyundai e su www. Il gol di Vucinic? Un pochino la palla si muoveva Marotta prudente Nonostante la buona partenza della squadra Beppe Marotta non si sbilancia ai microfoni di Sky. Umiltà, cuore, e astuzia, come sul gol di Vucinic, che in certe partite non guasta.

Sono soddisfatto per quanto hanno espresso i ragazzi, non solo oggi. Non siamo stati fortunati al. La Uefa a Roma per la carta europea A due anni dalla adesione al Grassroots, la carta europea per il calcio giovanile, il delegato Uefa Piet Hubers oggi e domani sarà in visita a Roma.

Sembra che ci sia più fame nella squadra rispetto ad un anno fa. Siamo la Juve e la Juve deve avere una rosa altamente competitiva. E Cavani devia senza forza per il primo tiro in porta della partita AFP. Cavani ; Pandev. NOTE paganti, incasso e abbonati non comunicati. Ed è persino andata bene. Nel senso che il Napoli ha perso un solo punto dalla cima della classifica. Il resto, tutto il resto, è un incubo. Uno spreco che grida vendetta esattamente come il massiccio ricorso al turnover deciso dal tecnico azzurro, spaventato dal trittico Fiorentina-Villarreal-Inter che attende la sua squadra.

La sconfitta nasce da questa rinuncia iniziale. E in quella fase finale caotica in cui si sono smarriti pure i migliori. Un disastro assoluto. Il team di Di Carlo produce il massimo sforzo dopo i cambi di Mazzarri Ma la rinuncia iniziale a Cavani, Inler e Hamsik ha depotenziato troppo la squadra. Da questa mazzata il Napoli non ha saputo risollevarsi e, anzi, senza un paio di difficili parate di De Sanctis, avrebbe incassato altri due gol dallo scatenato Moscardelli, uno che quando vede azzurro diventa Psicologia Al di là della bravura.

Ci sono molti psicologi dello sport che giudicano un grosso errore. I veneti si presero anche il match di ritorno contro la squadra di Mazzarri, un con gol di Moscardelli a segno anche ieri sera e Sardo.

Insomma, questi psicologi consigliano, se proprio bisogna ricorrere a un turnover, di partire con la formazione base, assicurarsi il vantaggio e poi eventualmente concedere il riposo a chi deve rifiatare. La sua inconsistenza boccia inesorabilmente questa scelta operata da Mazzarri il cui peccato non pensiamo sia la presunzione quanto un eccesso di prudenza: nella convinzione di dover necessariamente far rifiatare i titolari ha scelto di riproporre il vero Napoli contro Fiorentina e Villarreal.

Aspettiamo il riscatto. Rifarei le stesse scelte. Negli ultimi minuti si è tentato il tutto per tutto, abbiamo cercato di entrare come possibile. Nel primo tempo non si è concesso nulla, nella ripresa pure. Davide Moscardelli, e chi altrimenti.

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La scure del Chievo cade inesorabile sul Napoli. Un incubo, una maledizione. Ma io rifarei le stesse scelte. Oggi avrebbero pagato ancora di più quelli. Mascara è stato per anni titolare a Catania, Santana ha fatto la Champions a Firenze. Magari avremmo fatto uguale fatica anche con i titolari, che erano stanchi.

Era una partita da pareggio, abbiamo perso per un infortunio. Sono contento per i ragazzi che avevano sofferto in queste prime gare.

Un successo che ci ripaga tutti e che deve darci fiducia. Sapevamo di aver di fronte un avversario molto forte e quindi non bisognava sbagliare nulla. Al Napoli abbiamo concesso ben poco. Ora dobbiamo continuare su questa strada.

Abbiamo avuto le occasioni migliori e quindi credo che la vittoria sia meritata. La concorrenza? È tanta, ma stimolante e abbiamo già segnato tutti. Ha chiuso tutti gli spazi impedendo al Napoli di creare gioco. E ha trovato il cambio giusto per cambiare la partita. La prima vittoria della stagione è meritata. Entra lui e la storia di questa partita cambia del tutto.

Segna un gran gol e in altre due occasioni mette i brividi al portiere avversario provandoci dalla distanza. E non ce ne voglia. Il suo Napoli avrebbe potuto provare ad allungare, ma lui non ha avuto il coraggio di tentare. Quanto meno ci ha provato. Sulla sinistra è stato un pericolo costante per Sardo e Bradley. Trascorre una serata tranquilla, gli attaccanti avversari non arrivano mai dalle sue parti e quando lo fanno concludono male.

Annulla Santana nel primo tempo e limita al massimo le discese sulla destra. Nella ripresa si sistema dalle parti di Hamsik e il napoletano non fa danni. Ha vita facile contro un inerme Pandev. Lo sovrasta nel gioco aereo ed è sempre pronto ad anticiparlo.

Firmerebbe per affrontare sempre attaccanti del genere. Sempre attento nelle chiusure, va spesso a raddoppiare sulla punta più avanzata.

Nel secondo tempo sfiora addirittura il gol con un colpo di testa che finisce di poco alto. Se ne sta tranquillo sulla sinistra aspettando che Maggio arrivi dalle sue parti. Poi, va in marcatura su Dzemaili quando il centrocampista si sposta sulla destra. Le sue prodezze, nel secondo tempo, evitano al Napoli una figura più meschina. Fa da chioccia ai compagni di reparto, ma la lezione non è stata delle migliori. Insiste nel saltare il centrocampo con lanci lunghi e spesso imprecisi.

Si limita più a difendere che ad attaccare. Anche lui non è lo stesso giocatore visto tre giorni prima contro il Milan. A distant relative who runs a daycare business agreed to look after Kamiya for free while Butler completed high school. But when she graduated in January, the accumulated pressures of teenage motherhood landed with force.

Without a job, she could not pay. Without childcare, she could not even look for a job or make it to the work readiness classes the state required of her as a condition of maintaining her TANF check. I was basically stuck.

Her mother had helped her establish herself in an apartment in a neatly maintained, low-income complex of brick townhouses called the Parc Chateau. She had aimed to get a job and then enroll in college classes. But once the welfare office noticed she was missing her classes, they cut her TANF check and she lost the apartment.

So ended the only time she can recall when she felt a sense of control. But when it came to paying my bills, none of that thinking done me any good. The academic literature is lean on people who lose their welfare benefits, but what surveys exist paint a bleak portrait. Compared to those surveyed with higher incomes, these families were more than twice as likely to have experienced hunger and three times as likely to have been homeless.

They were also more likely to have lived without heat, electricity or a telephone — factors that exacerbated their disconnection from potential jobs and aid.

An Urban Institute paper published in traced how such women coped with their circumstances: through a combination of food stamps, low-income housing programs, charity and the aid of friends and relatives. Shared Joy. Forever Memories. What gets shared here, says Butler, is irritation and insufficiency, each reinforcing the other. Someone often does mind, and not just about the floor space she occupies — blocking access to the lone bathroom — but also about which of the groceries she has eaten.

When Butler brings home her own food, she double-knots the bags and hides them in a storage closet. Someone often minds that she and Kamiya are in the way, which feels like a problem nearly every second her daughter is awake. She works her vocal cords, demanding attention. Someone always seems to be hollering that Butler needs to come running and grab her.

Any thought that starts off toward a better place tends to run into this thicket and stop cold. She says this and her face contorts in pain — because she cannot imagine a tenable life with Kamiya, and yet cannot imagine any life without her; because she wonders how her daughter is being shaped by her proximity to strife. The caller is a man who sweet-talked her at a train station on her way to the welfare office. He wants to get together, right now.

She hangs up in disgust. She needs infant formula for Kamiya, who has run through the free cans she gets every month from the federal Women, Infants and Children program. She calls the woman whose name is on the letter, and is told to disregard it. Her mother is planning to move with her parents into a special home for the elderly, where she will be caretaker, meaning Butler will soon need to secure her own place to live. Her monthly check would hardly cover that. The core objective of welfare reform was to end dependence on cash assistance.

But TANF was also supposed to be a bridge to self-sufficiency. They all require experience. Her resume ends after a part-time job serving food at a Chinese restaurant for minimum wage. Here is what some experts cite as the fundamental flaw of welfare reform: It was launched in the mids, when the job market was so tight that even a single mother with little experience could land some sort of position, provided she was given the supports.

Even then, however, the sorts of jobs she could expect to secure were unlikely to lift her out of poverty. Now, many women on TANF cannot reasonably expect to get any job at all. Since the passage of welfare reform in , the share of employed working-age women with high school degrees but no college education has dropped from about 54 percent to 46 percent, according to Labor Department data. Which means that a single mother who gets on TANF and winds up with a minimum-wage job without health benefits is counted in the ledgers as a success — even as she remains officially poor.

But her mother insisted that she seek cash aid as a condition of moving back in, so in April she applied and was again approved. Again, she was told that she would have to attend work-readiness classes every weekday for four weeks before she would receive her check.

Again, she applied for subsidized childcare. And now, again, she is sitting in the waiting room at the DeKalb County welfare office, waiting for her name to be called so she can ask why she has not received the paperwork she needs to establish subsidized childcare. She has taken two trains and a bus to get here — a two-hour journey — using a farecard she borrowed from a friend. She has twice dropped off the required forms, she says, and is baffled as to why the welfare office still has not processed her file.

She waits for an hour and is summoned to the front desk, where a clerk tells her that her caseworker is not here. She is off all week, so nothing can be solved today. Butler has missed another day of her required work-readiness classes, putting her check in jeopardy — this, for nothing.

They just give us paper and throw us to the wolves. She and a dozen other women gather in a room tucked in a darkened wing of an aging Decatur shopping mall.

The classes only reinforce the futility of her situation, Butler says. At class, Butler is wearing an oversized, fraying, white button-down shirt emblazoned with an eagle, the logo of a college football team in North Carolina.

A guy gave it to her, she says. These are not just her issues. How is she supposed to be job-ready? But when people ask these sorts of questions in class, they get answers that seem dismissive. I learn not to get mad at stuff like that.

I call somebody and tell them my situation, and they give me an ultimatum: Hang out with them. Go out to eat. Go to their house. The guy took her to Waffle House for dinner, followed by drinks at his house, where she spent the night. She talks about this arrangement as if discussing, say, how one might apply duct tape to patch a crack in a window for lack of money to buy a new pane.

Back when she was in high school, she sometimes used to cut herself, she says. When she got pregnant, she stopped, feeling a sense of responsibility, an imperative to endure. On a recent Friday, she goes into the welfare office to pick up her free bus pass for the following week — the transportation component of the TANF program.

Her caseworker comes out from behind a door to tell her that she has missed too many classes. Her file has been closed. Cross-posted with TomDispatch. At the same time that it delivered its gut punch, The Other America also offered a view of poverty that seemed designed to comfort the already comfortable.

The poor were different from the rest of us, it argued, radically different, and not just in the sense that they were deprived, disadvantaged, poorly housed, or poorly fed. They felt different, too, thought differently, and pursued lifestyles characterized by shortsightedness and intemperance.

To be impoverished is to be an internal alien, to grow up in a culture that is radically different from the one that dominates the society. All right, some of them did lead disorderly lives by middle class standards, involving drinking, brawling, and out-of-wedlock babies. But they were also hardworking and in some cases fiercely ambitious — qualities that Harrington seemed to reserve for the economically privileged.

But he certainly opened the floodgates to that interpretation. Banfield, who was to go on to serve as an advisor to Ronald Reagan, felt free to claim that:.

The last thing they could be trusted with was money. In fact, Charles Murray argued in his book Losing Ground, any attempt to help the poor with their material circumstances would only have the unexpected consequence of deepening their depravity. This bill, it should be pointed out, was signed by Bill Clinton. Even today, more than a decade later and four years into a severe economic downturn, as people continue to slide into poverty from the middle classes, the theory maintains its grip.

Lawmakers in 23 states are considering testing people who apply for such programs as job training, food stamps, public housing, welfare, and home heating assistance. And on the theory that the poor are likely to harbor criminal tendencies, applicants for safety net programs are increasingly subjected to finger-printing and computerized searches for outstanding warrants.

Unemployment, with its ample opportunities for slacking off, is another obviously suspect condition, and last year 12 states considered requiring pee tests as a condition for receiving unemployment benefits. Both Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich have suggested drug testing as a condition for all government benefits, presumably including Social Security. If granny insists on handling her arthritis with marijuana, she may have to starve. The ruse — if you could call it that — worked. What affluent Americans found in his book, and in all the crude conservative diatribes that followed it, was not the poor, but a flattering new way to think about themselves — disciplined, law-abiding, sober, and focused.

In other words, not poor. Fifty years later, a new discovery of poverty is long overdue. Poverty is a shortage of money. She is most recently the founder of the just-launched Economic Hardship Reporting Project , which supports innovative journalism on poverty and economic hardship. How Government and Corporations. Individually the poor are not too tempting to thieves, for obvious reasons.

Mug a janitor and you will be lucky to get away with bus fare to flee the crime scene. But as Business Week helpfully pointed out in , the poor in aggregate provide a juicy target for anyone depraved enough to make a business of stealing from them.

The trick is to rob them in ways that are systematic, impersonal, and almost impossible to trace to individual perpetrators. Employers, for example, can simply program their computers to shave a few dollars off each paycheck, or they can require workers to show up 30 minutes or more before the time clock starts ticking.

Lenders, including major credit companies as well as payday lenders, have taken over the traditional role of the street-corner loan shark, charging the poor insanely high rates of interest. Local governments are discovering that they can partially make up for declining tax revenues through fines, fees, and other costs imposed on indigent defendants, often for crimes no more dastardly than driving with a suspended license. And if that seems like an inefficient way to make money, given the high cost of locking people up, a growing number of jurisdictions have taken to charging defendants for their court costs and even the price of occupying a jail cell.

Instead, it was confiscated and applied to the cost of her own incarceration. You might think that policymakers would take a keen interest in the amounts that are stolen, coerced, or extorted from the poor, but there are no official efforts to track such figures.

These are not, of course, trivial amounts. They are on the same order of magnitude as major public programs for the poor. And while government generally turns a blind eye to the tens of billions of dollars in exorbitant interest that businesses charge the poor, it is notably chary with public benefits for the poor. At the local level though, government is increasingly opting to join in the looting. In , a year into the Great Recession, I first started hearing complaints from community organizers about ever more aggressive levels of law enforcement in low-income areas.

Flick a cigarette butt and get arrested for littering; empty your pockets for an officer conducting a stop-and-frisk operation and get cuffed for a few flakes of marijuana. Each of these offenses can result, at a minimum, in a three-figure fine. All across the country — from California and Texas to Pennsylvania — counties and municipalities have been toughening laws against truancy and ratcheting up enforcement, sometimes going so far as to handcuff children found on the streets during school hours.

Being poor itself is not yet a crime, but in at least a third of the states, being in debt can now land you in jail. If a creditor like a landlord or credit card company has a court summons issued for you and you fail to show up on your appointed court date, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. Each of these crimes, neo-crimes, and pseudo-crimes carries financial penalties as well as the threat of jail time, but the amount of money thus extracted from the poor is fiendishly hard to pin down.

No central agency tracks law enforcement at the local level, and local records can be almost willfully sketchy.

According to one of the few recent nationwide estimates, from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, And that is only a small fraction of what governments would like to collect from the poor. Yes, parents have a moral obligation to their children, but the great majority of child-support debtors are indigent. Attempts to collect from the already-poor can be vicious and often, one would think, self-defeating.

Las Cruces, New Mexico, just passed a law that punishes people who owe overdue traffic fines by cutting off their water, gas, and sewage. Once a person falls into the clutches of the criminal justice system, we encounter the kind of slapstick sadism familiar to viewers of Wipeout. Many courts impose fees without any determination of whether the offender is able to pay, and the privilege of having a payment plan will itself cost money. If any jail time is imposed, that too may cost money, as the hapless Edwina Nowlin discovered, and the costs of parole and probation are increasingly being passed along to the offender.

Once you have been deemed a criminal, you can pretty much kiss your remaining assets goodbye. The further you descend, the faster you fall — until you eventually end up on the streets and get busted for an offense like urinating in public or sleeping on a sidewalk. I could propose all kinds of policies to curb the ongoing predation on the poor.

Limits on usury should be reinstated. No one should be incarcerated for debt or squeezed for money they have no chance of getting their hands on. These are no-brainers, and should take precedence over any long term talk about generating jobs or strengthening the safety net. Class happens when some men, as a result of common experiences inherited or shared , feel and articulate the identity of their interests as between themselves, and as against other men whose interests are different from and usually opposed to theirs.

Cross-posted from TomDispatch. But as long as the middle class could still muster the credit for college tuition and occasional home improvements, it seemed churlish to complain. It was divided not only by these class differences, but most visibly by race and ethnicity — a division that has actually deepened since African-Americans and Latinos of all income levels disproportionately lost their homes to foreclosure in and , and then disproportionately lost their jobs in the wave of layoffs that followed.

On the eve of the Occupy movement, the black middle class had been devastated. Many well-educated middle managers and highly trained engineers may favor latte over Red Bull, but they were never targets of the right. And how could trial lawyers be members of the nefarious elite, while their spouses in corporate law firms were not?

The authority figures most people are likely to encounter in their daily lives are teachers, doctors, social workers, and professors. These groups along with middle managers and other white-collar corporate employees occupy a much lower position in the class hierarchy.

For one thing, it was summarily eclipsed by the discovery of the actual Wall Street-based elite and their crimes. Compared to them, professionals and managers, no matter how annoying, were pikers. Public-sector budget cuts and corporate-inspired reorganizations were decimating the ranks of decently paid academics, who were being replaced by adjunct professors working on bare subsistence incomes. Media firms were shrinking their newsrooms and editorial budgets. Law firms had started outsourcing their more routine tasks to India.

Hospitals beamed X-rays to cheap foreign radiologists. Funding had dried up for nonprofit ventures in the arts and public service. A couple of years into the recession, however, sudden downward mobility had become the mainstream American experience, and even some of the most reliably neoliberal media pundits were beginning to announce that something had gone awry with the American dream.

Once-affluent people lost their nest eggs as housing prices dropped off cliffs. Laid-off middle-aged managers and professionals were staggered to find that their age made them repulsive to potential employers. Medical debts plunged middle-class households into bankruptcy. And here was another thing many in the middle class were discovering: the downward plunge into poverty could occur with dizzying speed.

We have little in the way of a welfare state to stop a family or an individual in free-fall. Unemployment benefits do not last more than six months or a year, though in a recession they are sometimes extended by Congress. At present, even with such an extension, they reach only about half the jobless. Welfare was all but abolished 15 years ago, and health insurance has traditionally been linked to employment. In fact, once an American starts to slip downward, a variety of forces kick in to help accelerate the slide.

Even bankruptcy is a prohibitively expensive, often crushingly difficult status to achieve. Failure to pay government-imposed fines or fees can even lead, through a concatenation of unlucky breaks, to an arrest warrant or a criminal record. Where other once-wealthy nations have a safety net, America offers a greased chute, leading down to destitution with alarming speed.

Here were thousands of people — we may never know the exact numbers — from all walks of life, living outdoors in the streets and parks, very much as the poorest of the poor have always lived: without electricity, heat, water, or toilets.

In the process, they managed to create self-governing communities. General assembly meetings brought together an unprecedented mix of recent college graduates, young professionals, elderly people, laid-off blue-collar workers, and plenty of the chronically homeless for what were, for the most part, constructive and civil exchanges.

What started as a diffuse protest against economic injustice became a vast experiment in class building. Can the unity cultivated in the encampments survive as the Occupy movement evolves into a more decentralized phase?

The life experience of a young lawyer or a social worker is very different from that of a blue-collar worker whose work may rarely allow for biological necessities like meal or bathroom breaks. In fact, the encampments engendered almost unthinkable convergences: people from comfortable backgrounds learning about street survival from the homeless, a distinguished professor of political science discussing horizontal versus vertical decision-making with a postal worker, military men in dress uniforms showing up to defend the occupiers from the police.

Class happens, as Thompson said, but it happens most decisively when people are prepared to nourish and build it. But we need to do so patiently, respectfully, and always with an eye to the next big action — the next march, or building occupation, or foreclosure fight, as the situation demands.

Summer is usually imagined as a carefree time for children and families — a lazy, relaxing season filled with cookouts, backyard picnics, and trips to the ice cream truck.

Did you know child hunger and food insecurity often peak in the summer? The federally-funded Summer Nutrition Programs, which provide nutritious meals and snacks to low-income children during the summer months, are falling increasingly short of meeting the needs… The limited reach of the Summer Nutrition Programs meant that for the majority of those children, the end of the school year was the end of the healthy, filling meals on which they counted.

Public and private nonprofit schools, local governments, National Youth Sports Programs, and private nonprofit organizations that serve eligible children can all participate in one of the two Summer Nutrition Programs — the Summer Food Service Program and the National School Lunch Program, which continues to serve children in summer school programs. By that measure of need, only one in seven children who needs summer food is getting it.

FRAC points out that the continuing fallout from the Great Recession has only made this worse as budget cuts have led many communities to slash funding for summer schools and summer youth programs making opportunities for providing summer meals even more limited. Adding programs and services and keeping sites open longer could both reduce childhood hunger and help many communities create desperately-needed jobs — a win-win. This should be a priority in communities across the country.

There are other challenges. Summer feeding programs tend to be available for shorter and more irregular hours than a regular school day which limits participation. Some programs have had success providing mobile meals which can be especially helpful in rural communities.

Others find they would be able to participate with just a little help from local foundations or community donations to cover extra expenses like refrigerators or coolers. Sometimes the amount of paperwork required to run a site is a barrier. Small programs may have special difficulty running sites — for example, a church-based program serving fifteen children may not have the same infrastructure as a school running a summer school lunch program.

We should be using the Summer Nutrition Programs as effectively as possible enabling many more sites to provide meals for needy children this summer — and helping many fewer children to go hungry.

How is your community helping hungry children this summer? Encourage creative publicity and outreach to help get children to existing sites, and encourage sites to stay open longer into the summer.

Now is the time to act! To learn more about how to open a summer feeding site, sponsor one, volunteer at one, or find one in your community, visit the Summer Food Service Program. Le competenze relazionali. Le Pubbliche Relazioni sono attività rivolte a convincere la persona ad instaurare e migliorare le relazioni nel suo ambiente di lavoro, nella sua comunità.

Per attuarle bisogna riconoscere e valorizzare in ciascun individuo le risorse che ha a disposizione ed indicargli la via per svilupparle. Rispetto e considerazione tra le persone. Sapersi esprimere significa farsi capire;.

Per farsi capire occorre suscitare interesse. Per comunicare bene occorre :. Imparare a parlare :. Imparare a servirsi dei mezzi audiovisivi. Conclusione centrata sul concetto essenziale. La capacità di controllare gli impulsi è alla base della volontà e del carattere.

Le emozioni. Esse hanno un ruolo ed una funzione importante nella vita, ma vanno conosciute, esercitate e controllate nella vita di relazione umana v.

Nel processo educativo, familiare e scolastico, il problema nasce dal fatto che esse. Tutto questo capovolge in un certo senso le antiche opinioni sulla tensione tra ragione e sentimento : non bisogna sostituire la ragione al sentimento, come avrebbe voluto Erasmo da Rotterdam; è necessario , invece, trovare il giusto equilibrio tra le due componenti. Le persone competenti sul piano emozionale — quelle che sanno controllare i propri sentimenti, leggere quelli degli altri e trattarli efficacemente — si trovano avvantaggiate in tutti i campi della vita, sia nelle relazioni intime che nel cogliere le regole implicite che portano al successo.

Gli individui con capacità emozionali ben sviluppate hanno anche maggiori probabilità di essere contenti ed efficaci nella vita, essendo in grado di adottare gli atteggiamenti mentali che li rendono più produttivi : coloro che non riescono ad esercitare controllo sulla propria vita emotiva combattono battaglie interiori che finiscono per sabotare la loro capacità di concentrarsi sulle attività di studio o lavoro e di pensare lucidamente.

Papà pomodoro, mamma pomodoro e il pomodorino. Diversamente da quanto si crede, i pomodori sono ortaggi timidi e schivi. Il loro colore potrebbe far pensare che siano creature irose, ma al contrario fanno parte di una famiglia ricca di dolcezza, anche se alcuni appartenenti alla stessa si sono dimostrati alquanto velenosi. Altri, subdolamente, ne prendono la forma e il colore, come i peperoncini, ma in loro nulla è dolce e morbido, e si divertono a far rimanere a bocca aperta.

Alcuni non sono ben visti per certe loro fastidiose abitudini, come il tabacco, anzi, devo dire che sono come il fumo negli occhi. Non metterebbe conto parlarne se non fosse per due cugini, cocomero e melone, che a differenza degli altri parenti sono pieni di bontà e dolcezza e riscattano questa insipida famiglia.

Le Composite sono piuttosto amareggiate dalla vita, e chi non lo sarebbe? Se non finiscono spetalate, per suggerire agli spiriti innamorati la corrispondenza dei loro sentimenti, la loro innocenza viene violata e, private della corazza di spine, come i carciofi, si arrendono e si immolano, non senza cercare di pungere a tradimento.

Altri, pii e devoti, come i girasoli, seguono a passo a passo il sole della loro vita, che alla fine li spreme e li getta da una parte, a meno che non si secchino prima. La loro focosità è innata, tanto nei loro peli ghiandolari quanto nelle foglie e in altre loro parti hanno riserve oleose che molti apprezzano.

In alcune regioni le parti contuse di uno di essi, il basilico, mescolate a secrezioni animali rapprese e a frutti di una conifera marina, nonché a un lontano parente dei gigli, vengono versate su lunghi spaghi forniti dalla famiglia delle Graminacee, che molti apprezzano come alimento.

Michal Aviad Israel starts working as director in Her filmography include six award winning works, internationally distributed, including Acting Our Age , Ever Shot Anyone? La gente del ring [t. Alfredo Covelli Roma, Italia, è sceneggiatore e regista. Nel ha girato il suo primo cortometraggio, una commedia, Nonna si deve asciugare. Nel firma il documentario Ring People, girato nella comunità dei senzatetto di Venice Beach, California.

È fondatore della casa di produzione Meproducodasolo. Alfredo Covelli Rome, Italy, is a screenwriter and director. In he directed his first short film, a comedy, Nonna si deve asciugare.

Dayana Mini Market La quindicenne Dayana frequenta una scuola alberghiera nella zona elegante di Parigi. Vive con i genitori, una coppia tamil dello Sri Lanka, e con i fratelli Soum e Nila. Dayana Mini Market è il nome del negozio condotto dai genitori. È anche il luogo dove la famiglia vive stipata dopo lo sfratto subito. Ha lavorato come attrice teatrale, cinematografica e televisiva fra il e il Ha appena terminato le riprese del suo primo lungometraggio documentario dal titolo La clé de la chambre à lessive.

Dayana Mini Market year-old Dayana studies in a hotel management school in the posh neighborhoods of Paris.

Dayana Mini Market is the name of the corner shop run by her parents. It is also the place where the family had to cram after their eviction. This tale show each member of the family tries their best to cope with adversity and financial problems, while fighting for love and money becomes their daily concern. She worked as a stage, movie and television actress between and She has just finished shooting her first feature-length documentary entitled La clé de la chambre à lessive.

Il sognatore americano [t. Attualmente si dedica a progetti documentari. American Dreamer è il suo primo film. The documentary observs the aftermath of this tragic moment in contemporary American history, baring the tensions in the social fabric. He did his university studies on photography, cinema and art history. His work on the Bhopal industrial accident in was awarded by the World Press Awards.

La strada, una storia di vita e morte [t. Billy, un vecchio lavoratore irlandese, combatte invece per dare un senso alla sua vita. Marc Isaacs Londra, Gran Bretagna è regista e direttore della fotografia. I suoi film hanno vinto il premio Grierson, quello della Royal Television Society e numerosi riconoscimenti in festival internazionali.

Nel il prestigioso États généraux du film documentaire, festival del documentario di Lussas Francia , gli ha dedicato una retrospettiva. Attualmente è lettore part-time alla Royal Holloway di Londra. Billy, a old Irish labourer, is struggling to find a meaning to his life.

Then there are Peggy, a year-old Jewish refugee from Vienna and Brigitte, a German born former air hostess, who have both suffered bad husbands. Then Iqbal, an unassuming Indian hotel concierge, who awaits the arrival of his wife from Kashmir. His films have won Grierson, Royal Television Society and numerous international film festival prizes.

In the prestigious États généraux du film documentaire, documentary film festival in Lussas France , dedicated him a retrospective. In he received an honorary doctorate from the University of East London for his work. Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at the Royal Holloway University in London.

Festa [t. Cosa che talvolta capita, altre volte invece no. Il panorama tutto intorno è bianco, il cielo grigio e gli alberi spogli. È regista e direttore della fotografia. Forest, suo primo cortometraggio di finzione, ha vinto il premio speciale della giuria al festival di Sarajevo nel People living there must wait that somebody comes to clean the road.

The landscape around is white, the sky is gray and the trees are bare. Everything underlines the isolation from that other, inhabited, world of the dreams.

He is a director and cinematographer. Work and Education] tv series doc, Tre anni dopo, una notizia sconvolgente: il ragazzo viene ritrovato in Spagna. Dice di essere sopravvissuto a un incredibile rapimento e alle torture di misteriosi aguzzini.

Perché la famiglia non sembra accorgersi di queste differenze? E se Nicholas non fosse davvero Nicholas? Bart Layton Londra, Gran Bretagna è un filmmaker noto per il suo stile visivo innovativo e le sue sfide alle convenzioni. Ha diretto diversi documentari di successo per emittenti inglesi e americane ed è stato varie volte finalista per il premio al miglior documentario indetto dalla Royal Television Society e ai Grierson Awards.

È direttore creativo per la Raw, nota casa di produzione britannica. The Imposter Nicholas Barclay, a year-old Texan boy, disappears without a trace. Three years later, a shocking news: the boy is found in Spain.

He says he has survived an incredible abduction and the tortures of mysterious captors. The family is looking forward to embrace him, but the refound Nicholas raises many questions. How is it possible that some details of his appearance —skin tone, eye color and hair — are so radically changed, as well as certain traits of his personality and his accent? Why his family does not seem to notice these differences? And if Nicholas is not really Nicholas? Bart Layton London, Great Britain is a filmmaker known for his innovative visual style and his challenges to the conventions.

He has directed several acclaimed documentaries for British and American broadcasters and has been for various times a finalist for the award for best documentary organized by the Royal Television Society and the Grierson Awards.

He is creative director for Raw, a well-known UK production. In recent years he has used his experience as a documentary filmmaker to gain access in some off-limits places, such as maximum security prisons in Latin America, where he brought his actors, created labs and shot films.

Camere senza vista [t. Attualmente vive e lavora a Brussels, dedicando la sua carriera sia alla fiction che al documentario. Nel suo lavoro cerca di mostrare le fasi della vita quotidiana, il gioco di ruoli che il lavoro e la società impongono e gli sforzi continui per evadere e dimenticare. Al momento lavora al suo primo film di narrazione: Territory. Rooms Without a View Formule 1 Hotels are ultra cheap establishments set in peri-urban zones.

Behind the doors of the rooms, the uniformity of the space, reduced to the strict functional minimum, contrasts and reveals the tension inherent in each human life: sedentary versus nomadic, excess versus restraint, routine versus survival. While the main character of Chaumière is a tightly formatted hotel, its residents are not so easy to package.

Currently, he lives and works in Bruxelles, devoting his career either to fiction films or documentaries. In his work he tries to show the staging of daily life, the role playing that work and society have imposed on us, as well as the continuous efforts to fill and forget.

At the moment he is working at his first fiction film: Territory. Los Hijos] Trees, doc, Enero o la apoteosis de Isabel la [coll. Los Hijos] Summer Afternoon, doc, Circo [coll. Los Hijos] Circus, doc, Los materiales [coll. Il futurO [t. Un film tra fiction e documentario, con un occhio particolare al cinema di Peter Watkins.

Luis López Carrasco Murcia, Spagna, è regista, scrittore e artista visivo.

È co-fondatore del collettivo Los Hijos, che si dedica al cinema documentario e sperimentale. Le opere del collettivo sono state presentate in numerosi festival internazionali. El futuro è il suo primo film come solista. The Future A group of young people dance and drink in a house.

The atmosphere is warm and happy. In Spain, in that year, everything could happen, everything was meaning future. Luis López Carrasco Murcia, Spain, is a director, writer and visual artist.

He is co-founder of the collective Los Hijos, that works on documentary and experimental cinema. Los Hijos were invited in many international festival.

El futuro is his first solo film. Quarantadue [t. Oltre ai trentadue film, ha due figli, un marito, un cane e una bicicletta. E molte idee per nuovi film. Le sue opere sono state presentate ai principali festival cinematografici internazionali, come Cannes, Venezia, Berlino, Locarno e Roma. For example, for my mum, whose legs are aching. She is director and scriptwriter of 23 documentaries, 5 shorts, 4 fiction features. Besides her 32 films, she has two children, one husband, one dog and one bicycle.

And many ideas for new films. Her works were screened in most important international film festival, such as Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Locarno and Rome. Zoran Djindjic, app. Il becchino [t. La ditta è oggi un businness a livello internazionale, con ventisei carri funebri, che riportano a casa i serbi o rimpatriano turisti le cui vacanze sono terminate malamente.

Bata guida in tutta Europa trasportando cadaveri, cercando di apparire calmo e composto. La video camera è fissa su Bata, tratteggiando un intimo, realistico e profondo ritratto di lavoratore.

I suoi film precedenti The Caviar Connection e National Park sono stati presentati e premiati in numerosi festival internazionali. È stato inoltre cosceneggiatore e assistente alla regia per il cortometraggio Run Rabbit Run di Pavle Vuckovic, premiato al festival di Cannes.

Bata drives all over Europe transporting various corpses trying hard to look calm and collected. The camera remains on Bata, depicting an intimate, realistic and profound portrait of a worker. His previous films The Caviar Connection and National Park were screened and awarded at several international film festivals.

La melodia di Layla [t. Layla è stata messa in un orfanatrofio dallo zio quando i Talebani le hanno ucciso il padre. Non vede sua madre da cinque anni. Un giorno lo zio la chiama: la madre sta arrivando a Kabul. Allora, perché la madre arriva proprio adesso? Jens Pedersen Danimarca, e Taj Mohammad Bakhtari Afghanistan , hanno entrambi alle spalle studi in ambito sociale e cinematografico.

Jens Pedersen ha alle spalle una carriera ventennale come produttore e regista. Taj Mohammad Bakhtari ha lavorato anche per ArteFrance. Layla was put in an orphanage by her uncle, when the Taliban killed her father. But a big question pops up: Layla is now eleven, which is the usual age for girls to get married in her village. So, why her mother is coming just now? Jens Pedersen Denmark, and Taj Mohammad Bakhtari Afghanistan have both a background in social studies and filmmaking.

Jens Pedersen has a career of more than twenty years as a producer and director. He has received several awards, such as a special prize from the Danish Film Academy and the award for the best short documentary at the Artivist Filmfestival in Hollywood.

Taj Mohammad Bakhtari worked also for Arte-France. Nediljko cerca di aiutare una madre bulgara single a trovare un marito in Croazia. Ma una serie di tragicomici appuntamenti rivelano la natura tradizionalista degli uomini croati: preferiscono morire, piuttosto che sposarsi con una straniera con un figlio a carico.

Ha diretto diversi documentari televisivi e serie tv, con cui ha ricevuto numerosi premi. Gangster of Love è il suo primo lungometraggio documentario. He tries to help a Bulgarian single mother to find a new husband in Croatia. But a series of comically disastrous dates discloses the true nature of conservative Croatian men: they would rather die alone than marry a foreigner with a child. He directed various television documentaries and tv series and received numerous awards. Gangster of Love is his first full-lenght documentary film.

Lontano dagli occhi [t. Fra loro Kashka, Karima, Mirsada e Fatiha, che scontano pene che vanno da un paio di mesi a diversi anni. Viste da vicino, chi sono davvero queste donne? Vive a Ginevra, è cineasta indipendente e produttrice con il collettivo Alva Film. Among them, Kashka, Karima, Mirsada and Fatiha are serving sentences that range from a couple of months to several years.

These women are mothers whose children are being raised elsewhere, in the care of a sister-in-law, a foster family, or further even by family members in their country of origin. Getting close to them, who really are these women? Her work is often hybrid in nature since it draws on documentary, feature films and stage video arts, all while expressing her ongoing interest in trans-disciplinary research.

She is based in Geneva as an independent film maker and producer with the collective Alva Film. La necessità speciale [t. Anzi: più che un problema, una necessità. Enea ha anche due amici, Carlo e Alex, decisi ad aiutarlo. Se già è difficile realizzare i propri sogni, figuriamoci realizzare quelli altrui. Basteranno un piccolo viaggio e una grande complicità tutta maschile per trovare una soluzione? Ha lavorato nel dipartimento Interactive di Fabrica, il centro di comunicazione di Benetton fondato da Oliviero Toscani, e poi come freelance in Olanda, Italia e Germania.

Ha diretto diversi videoclip, ha partecipato alla fondazione della webtv Pronti Al Peggio e ha curato la direzione artistica del tour di Jovanotti. The Special Need, presentato al festival di Locarno nel , è il suo primo lungometraggio. The Special Need Enea is thirty, has a job and a problem.

More than a problem: a need. A special need: to make at least love. Enea has two friends too, Carlo and Alex who want to help him. Maybe a little journey and male complicity could be enough to help a solution? He worked in Interactive department of Fabrica, the Benetton centre for communication founded by Oliviero Toscani, before freelancing in the Netherlands, Italy and Germany.

He directed several video clips, took part in setting up the web-tv Pronti Al Peggio and was artistic director for the tour by Jovanotti. Currently he lives in Berlin.

Una specie di spazio ibrido, incerto, dove le cose mostrano fino in fondo la loro ambiguità. La parola traduzione potrebbe essere un buon termine per definire il cinema di Sólveig Anspach. Vive la France! Quello che vuole fare è andare a vedere come questo processo di impossibile traduzione produca un senso di smarrimento: è quello che accade ai personaggi dei suoi film, che possono indagare qualcosa di vero su di sé solo a partire da una condizione interstiziale.

Qui, proprio come in una traduzione fallita, è la parola che non riesce a trovare spazio e che rimane in gola. Quello che vediamo è infatti il luogo che più di tutti costringe i soggetti che vi entrano al silenzio: ovvero il manicomio. Lola rappresenta il grado zero di una persona: è soltanto un corpo. Ma se nel manicomio è Cora il soggetto forte, e Lola quello ridotto a nuda vita — cosa che viene letteralmente manifestata in seguito quando Lola si spoglia dei vestiti e si mette a correre e urlare nuda — quando la vicenda si sposta in Islanda, le parti si rovesciano.

Le parti dunque si invertono: la follia non è una malattia, è semplicemente il grado di smarrimento massimo che tutti provano quando gli elementi della quotidianità della vita iniziano a vacillare, e non rimane che un soggetto vuoto, spogliato di tutto, e pronto a prendere le scelte più radicali.

La traduzione tra queste due donne è insomma una traduzione fallita. Questi primi due lungometraggi di finzione, che rappresentano le opere dove il registro drammatico è più esplicitamente perseguito rispetto alla successive, mostrano già quello che sarà uno dei tratti dominanti della cinematografia della Anspach: quello del racconto di figure femminili che prendono una scelta radicale, anche a dispetto delle possibili conseguenze negative che questa scelta potrà comportare.

Che Lulu, la protagonista del film interpretata da Karin Viard, già protagonista di Haut les coeurs! Non si sa per quanto tempo, si sa solo che per il momento quel treno non lo vorrà prendere.

Come una novella Bartleby, Lulu dice semplicemente questo: non che vuole negare o uccidere il suo ruolo di madre e moglie, ma che per il momento lei farà altro e non risponderà a quella chiamata. Lulu femme nue è infatti un film che descrive in modo positivo questo senso di vacillamento. La Anspach è come se facesse una riflessione di pedagogia orizzontale femminile in questo film: vi è un insegnamento che viene trasmesso da donne a donne e senza il quale non sarebbe possibile dare forma al proprio desiderio femminile.

Tuttavia è proprio nella scena finale, dove si vede il gesto di violenza del marito di Lulu — che prima tenta di abusare sessualmente di lei per poi accusarla di tradimento —, che si osserva come un desiderio per la propria vita possa prendere forma solo grazie al rapporto tra due donne. Con Que personne ne bouge! Con Haut les coeurs! Anspach continua, parallelamente, a sviluppare la vena documentaristica, sia in ambito televisivo che cinematografico, con Made in the USA , presentato al festival di Cannes, Reykjavik, des elfes dans la ville e Faux tableaux dans vrais paysages islandais Lulu femme nue è il suo utimo lavoro, una sorta di road movie tratto dal graphic novel di Étienne Davodeau.

Sandrine a Parigi [t. È stata numerose volte in prigione e oggi riflette sul suo percorso e su quello che le piacerebbe fare della sua vita, ora che è diventata adulta. Barbara, tu non hai colpa [t. Anspach realizza un documentario di rara intelligenza, perché utilizza un genere di pubblicazione molto più diffuso di quanto si pensi, per toccare corde interiori di persone comuni, che alimentano sentimenti e aspettative proprio attraverso le storie pubblicate dai fotoromanzi.

La regista islandese porta lo spettatore sui set creati per la realizzazione di questi racconti per immagini. Interessante, poi, è la visione del risultato finale, che è lavorato in funzione anche del supporto cartaceo utilizzato. Insomma, una finzione ben congegnata, che punta diritto alla sensibilità di lettrici e lettori.

Che nessuno si muova! Tra il e il , Cathy, Hélène, Carole, Malika e Fatija si sono trasformate in uomini e hanno rapinato delle banche: sette in totale, Sólveig Anspach si guarda bene dal tracciare le motivazioni delle rapinatrici, lasciando che siano i loro racconti a tessere la trama del film.

Si ascolta e si immagina: davanti al Crédit Agricole di Caumont, le cinque ragazze portano avanti il gioco. A dispetto della paura, loro si divertono. In alto i cuori! Il medico che glielo annuncia prevede un aborto: le cure raccomandate sono, a suo avviso, incompatibili con la gravidanza. Simon, il suo compagno, la sprona a consultare un altro specialista, il dottor Morin, che invece è convinto che i trattamenti possano essere portati avanti durante la gravidanza.

Emma riacquista la fiducia. Il primo lungometraggio di Sólveig Anspach possiede una qualità insolita: la padronanza del ritmo della storia. Emma Stern Karin Viard è musicista, suona il contrabbasso. La giovane donna aspetta un bambino che sente ogni giorno, con felicità, crescere dentro di lei. Durante una visita medica, il medico le scopre un tumore cancerogeno al seno sinistro. Sembrerebbe Sólveig Anspach non nasconde che si tratta di un film autobiografico che la padronanza della narrazione provenga, ancor più che dal talento della regista, dalla volontà del personaggio di Emma che precede e anticipa con fervore tutte le decisioni che andrà a prendere.

Incinta di questo figlio, crede in sé stessa. Si tratta di un film atipico. Fatto in USA [t. Per quasi un decennio, il condannato a morte ha combattuto dietro le sbarre per ottenere la riapertura del caso, la cui sentenza era stata oggetto di molte polemiche. Haut les coeurs! Made in the USA racconta la storia di un uomo che si batte in questo spazio chiuso che è la sua cella, contro la morte.

Il nemico questa volta non è la Natura ma la giustizia degli uomini. Rispondere a un film di finzione con un documentario è per me una necessità, come se il documentario fosse una sorta di pulizia mentale necessaria per mantenere i piedi sulla terra e non perdere il contatto.

Ho bisogno di navigare tra i due. Reykjavik, elfi in città [t. Tutto sembra possibile: hanno meno di venticinque anni, raccontano le loro vite, i loro sogni. Potrebbero esaudirsi in Islanda, in Europa o altrove? Ma la magia del documentario di Sólveig Anspach [ Aria di tempesta [t. Cora sente come un richiamo da parte di questa donna.

Si attacca a lei e stabilisce una relazione che si allontana sempre di più dal quadro terapeutico classico. Si trattava di una donna trovata a girovagare per le strade di Parigi e che si credeva fosse muta e sorda.

Fu internata in un ospedale psichiatrico della vicina periferia parigina. Questo mistero affascinava molto gli infermieri, e anche il fatto che li battesse regolarmente a scacchi. Si è scoperto che non era nè sorda nè muta, che non era francese e neppure inglese, e che il suo nome non era Danièle ma Karen. E che era solita scappare, lo aveva già fatto in precedenza. Mentre giro dei documentari mi faccio delle domande sulla distanza che stabilisco tra me e le persone riprese.

Questa distanza è difficile da trovare e quando le riprese terminano la separazione è spesso dolorosa. Ad ogni film si fanno degli incontri e si creano dei legami. Come mantenere questi legami? Bisogna davvero conservarli? Che cosa significa essere generosi? Quadri falsi in veri paesaggi islandesi [t. Niente di più banale, se non fosse che il tutto si svolge in Islanda, un Paese con una popolazione inferiore ai Il fatto diventa improvvisamente un affare di Stato.

Chi penserebbe mai che in Islanda girino quadri falsi?