Fire and lead

Rome, 1973. La dolce vita gives way to years of lead as violent crime puts the Capital to fire and sword. In a police station, another round of the old dance begins: cigarette butts and a glaring lamp; fists on the table and a tied tongue. 
How many interrogations have the perps suffered before? How many more has the detective conducted? But this time, things are different. The stakes are much higher. And time is running out.

The story of Fire and lead unfolds over two separate rooms. In one, a barrage of fast-paced interrogations. In the other, all that’s left of a criminal gang waiting to be questioned one-on-one by the detective. 
The two spaces are isolated, with no way to tell what’s being said on the other side of the wall. And in the background, the breaking news get more worrying by the minute. 

Author:Elio Amicarelli, Marco Andreetto, Margherita Di Cicco, Simone Micucci, Alessio Rossi & Lorenzo Trenti.
Roles:4 male.
Time:2 hours.
Replayability:Low.

Clues are predetermined and there is only one solution to the case, making the detective unreplayable. Other roles can be replayed.

Leitmotiv:Years of Lead, Rome, police questioning, organised crime, political terrorism, violence, lack of trust, prisoner’s dilemma.
Handouts:Flashbacks
Robbery report
Statement
Recollections and Plans of the gang
Incoming calls
Outgoing calls
Angelo Abbatino’s character sheet
Bruno Bernacchia’s character sheet
Claudio Colafigli’s character sheet
Danilo Danesi’s character sheet
Telex
Video track

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