Nulla dies sine linea
Riccardo De Cal
The film tells the restoration of the museum of Castelvecchio in Verona through the words of a close collaborator of Carlo Scarpa, Angelo Rudella. Through photographs, archival footage and funny episodes about the construction site, we discover interesting details of the curatorial choices that defined the installation of statues and ancient paintings as well as the architectural style dictated by formal neatness. The images and sound of De Cal's film recount the spaces with extreme rigor, focusing attention on the most minute details and returning a multifaceted portrait of the architect and the man at work.