The humanity of the Big Apple is shown in the days following the death of the great boxer Muhammad Ali. Lives crossing in the streets of New York city. Those who knew him and those who admired him share how his life greatly impacted their own as a symbol of redemption for their own existences.
Daniele Ragusa Monsoriu graduated in 2009 in Cinematography at DAMS University in Rome3 with an inquiry thesis titled: “I non autori Hollywoodiani”. He worked at the Palomar scenic segment for 6 RAI television productions of Inspector Montalbano. In 2014 he worked for the film “Tale of Tales” by Matteo Garrone (Golden Palm nomination in Cannes Festival). In the same year he wrote and directed “Always”, spot for the Milanese brand Fernet-Branca. In 2015 he worked as assistant director for the film “Quel bravo ragazzo” by Enrico Lando(Lotus Production). In the same year he shot a short film, “Giorno Lento”, based on the facts of the Aurora massacre, and two commercials: “1969” for the Fiat brand screened during the Milan Expo, and “Comfortable”, a commercial for Prixtel French brand.