Via Ripetta: one of the most central roads in Rome, in what was a sort of golden triangle between Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Venezia. Do you think that then everything was clear, available to anyone? No, because the civic 155 is difficult to find it, located as it is beyond the Ara Pacis, over Piazza Augusto Imperatore, in the small stretch that everyone thinks already belongs to Via della Scrofa: it is necessary to explain it well even to those who drive the taxi, If it's right there you want to go. A stretch out of focus in the street, and the one that is told here is the story outside the focus of the years between '68 and 1977, begun in the banner of libertarian utopia - including the idea that for freedom worth the sentence of Stay with an empty belly and to live in the houses that fell into pieces - and resulted in terrorism before, and then in the reflux of the disengagement, of Milan to drink, rampant managers. A story seen with the gaze of those who have lived closely many things to be completely at the center, and therefore with the possibility of witnessing, painfully, a non-closed memory. First-person memories of years told little and not always correctly: because terrorism was not as many consider the logical conclusion of what was sown, but instead the dramatic sanction of the defeat of many hopes, a pungent mourning for those who had Believed and spent to germinate them.