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Cecchi Gori vows to carry on producing

Sitting in his 16th century Borghese Palace residence in Rome, where statues line hallways leading to frescoed rooms, Italian film producer and former Senator Vittorio Cecchi Gori shows no sign that he is suffering from the latest and perhaps most severe setback in his attempts to revive his family’s film-making empire.When a Rome court declared Cecchi Gori’s Finmavi holding group bankrupt in October, many saw the decision as the final nail in the coffin of the business ...

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