An intellectual known throughout the world is invited to the social activism centre “Change the World”, created in an old,
ramshackle film theatre in Rome. The man is favourably impressed by the centre’s atmosphere of vigorous activity. During an interview on “Street TV”, a chance remark gives rise to a revolutionary idea: these centres for young people, so full of life, could give rise to socially and culturally innovative realities. The idea ismetwithwidespread enthusiasm, becoming a project that creates a great deal of excitement in the media. The clamour proves to be international. Everyone wants to hop on the bandwagon and participate. But the pulsating vitality that first drew the intellectual’s attention is quickly distorted, giving rise to arguments and clashes between different factions of the left. Until it can no longer be found.