A smile of hope

   Pierluigi Vito                   2020                 1 x 56′

Vittorio Bachelet was an Italian academic and Vice President of the High Council of the Judiciary. On 12 February 1980, he was murdered by the armed group “Red Brigade”.
A tragic death that illuminated a life little known to the general public, but marked by fidelity to the Church, to republican institutions, to university teaching.
Professor of Administrative Law at the University of Trieste and of Rome and President of Azione Cattolica, a widespread Roman Catholic lay association in Italy, from 1964 to 1973.
Vittorio Bachelet relives in the testimonies of those who shared with him friendship, a Christian vocation and a commitment to the common good.
A legacy that continues to bear fruit in his words and in his example, a memory to be passed on to the younger generations.

A smile of hope

 Pierluigi Vito

   2020

1 x 56′

Vittorio Bachelet was an Italian academic and Vice President of the High Council of the Judiciary. On 12 February 1980, he was murdered by the armed group “Red Brigade”.
A tragic death that illuminated a life little known to the general public, but marked by fidelity to the Church, to republican institutions, to university teaching.
Professor of Administrative Law at the University of Trieste and of Rome and President of Azione Cattolica, a widespread Roman Catholic lay association in Italy, from 1964 to 1973.
Vittorio Bachelet relives in the testimonies of those who shared with him friendship, a Christian vocation and a commitment to the common good.
A legacy that continues to bear fruit in his words and in his example, a memory to be passed on to the younger generations.