Tao Ruspoli: Just Say Know

March 9, 2007

Months ago, I read an interesting article about a short film called “Just Say Know”. In the 20-minute story, filmmaker Tao Ruspoli interviews his father (Prince Dado Ruspoli), mother (Debra Berger) and brother (Bartolomeo) on the subject of the lifelong addiction to narcotics that each has shared. Dado Ruspoli is reputed to be one of Fellini’s inspirations for the lead male character in the classic Italian film La Dolce Vita.

I found a link to the DVD of the film, but I could not find it for rent in Portland or at Netflix.

This week, Counterpunch and Ruspoli published the film in 5 parts free of charge. It is a very important and intriguing documentary. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5.

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