September 19, 20 and 21 at the cinema It was all beautiful – Story of Paolino and Pablito, a new documentary by Walter Veltroni that tells the story of footballer and legend Paolo Rossi. The film is a Palomar production in collaboration with Sky and Vision Distribution. The official plot: A seemingly weak child from a proletarian family, Paolino plays football every day on the grounds of the oratory in his home town of Prato. The talent is noticeable and, at only fourteen years old, he is called up to play in the youth team of the great Juventus, which forces him to move alone to Turin. He broke his meniscus three times at the start of a career that may never begin. After becoming the top scorer and driving Italy crazy at the World Cup in Argentina, when he entered everyone’s hearts with the nickname Pablito, his career again suffered a setback: he was hit by charges in the ugly case of football betting. Although acquitted by the court, sports justice condemned him to two years of absence from the field. Immediately afterwards, however, Enzo Bearzot, who always loved and esteemed him, took him to Spain without hesitation to play that 82 World Cup that all of Italy remembers. Private films, interviews with those who knew him in his intimacy, repertoire of his most extraordinary ordeals and testimonies of his most difficult moments, the story of Paolo Rossi (with Paolino and Pablito) is always pain, joy, sacrifice , triumph. The cast of “It was all beautiful – Story of Paolino and Pablito”: Leonardo Turco (Paolo Rossi as a child), Gianmarco Piccione, (Rossano Rossi as a child), Mirco Pestelli (Dante Mondanelli as a child). Questioned person : Federica Cappelletti, Rossano Rossi, Antonio Cabrini, Marco Tardelli Giuseppe Bergomi and with (in alphabetical order) Gianfranco Alberti, Sergio Bastogi, Anna Bertini, Fabio Bianchini, Massimo Briaschi, Giampaolo Casarotto, Ilario Castagner, Valerio Cencetti, Piero Colzi, Francisco Corrales Perez , Vicente Fresnillo, Uberto Gatti, Claudio Lanzi, Giuseppe Lelj, Renzo Luchini, Stefano Mannelli, Dante Mondanelli, Mario Mugani, Michele Nappi, Giacomo Navanzino, Simone Nesti, Aldo Nesticò, Antonio Papa, Daniele Paoletti, Marco Parenti, Leandro Puccini, Giorgio Pugi, Alberto Miguel Ramazzini, Monica Salvi, Alessandro Rossi, Mavi Rossi, Sofia Rossi, Ilario Saturni and Vinicio Verza.