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Italian Criminal Gangs it's a four-part series dedicated to the terrible criminal bands in the 70s

Italian Criminal Gangs it's a four-part series dedicated to the terrible criminal bands in the 70s
Sky Documentaries launches a new original production titled Italian Criminal Gangs (Wednesday, April 17 at 22:00) on Sky Crime and Now TV.
The story is located between the 1970s and the late '90s, when dangerous criminal organizations spread terror throughout Italy in a relentless contest between those with nothing to lose and those who fell victim to the ferocity of these bandits.

The series tells the stories of four Italian criminal organizations, traversing their violence, disdain for society, mad ideas, and delusions of omnipotence.
They terrorized entire cities, operating within a perimeter that sometimes seems mythical, with contempt for the law and an absurdly romantic idea of rebellion against authority. From the Marseille clan to the gang of Via Padova, passing through the Comasina gang and reaching the Clockwork Orange gang, their stories actually tell one story: escapes, difficult adolescences, broken families, the craving for money, luxury, and women. 

The 4-part docuseries is produced by Stand By Me for A+E Networks Italy. Curated by Lorenzo De Alexandris; Project Head Nunzia Scala and written by Daniele Titta, Bianca Rondolino, Antonio Plescia. Executive Producer, Fabrizio Forner, directed by Claudio Pisano.
Italian Criminal Gangs is also a podcast series produced by VOIS and A+E Networks Italy, available within Sky Crime Podcast starting from April 11th on major audio streaming platforms.
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